Cardiopulmonary Disease Management Patients recovering from a Cardio/Pulmonary event like a heart attack or Cardio/Pulmonary surgery require specialized care and attention. The kind of care provided by Ameripro Healthcare Group’s Cardio/Pulmonary Disease Management Team. RN Case Managers, Physical and Occupational Therapists and a Social Worker consult with the appropriate specialists and a Registered Dietitian to formulate the recovery plan that’s best for you.


Medication management

Energy conservation techniques

Diabetes Management

Supportive counseling

Cardio/Pulmonary education

Ameripro’s Diabetes Management Program includes intensive and specialized treatment for patients with diabetes and the associated complications.

Using a team composed of RN case managers, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Medical Social Workers, Home Health Aides, Physical and Occupational Therapists, we assess the needs of each individual and instruct the patient and the family regarding how to safely manage Diabetes through self-care.

Special emphasis is placed on strictly adhering to medication, insulin schedules, diet recommendations, and maintaining blood sugar levels in the normal range established for the patient, thereby reducing or eliminating the associated complications.


Team will perform, or teach the patient and/or family to:

• Administer insulin as needed
• Become familiar with therapeutic effects and adverse side effects of medications
• Monitor blood sugar levels
• Maintain Diabetes care regimen
• Assess response to treatment/interventions
• Recognize the signs of hyper/hypoglycemia
• Recognize when it’s time to call the physician or emergency assistance
• Prevent and control secondary infection


Whether you have an acute wound that needs intensive treatment, or a chronic wound that requires specialized ongoing attention, our Wound Care Team is available to the attending physician to assist in developing an individualized treatment plan and dedicated to ensuring that physician directives are correctly executed.

Types of wounds that may be treated

• Pressure ulcers: Stages I, II, III, and IV
• Lower extremity ulcers: venous ulcers, diabetic ulcers, arterial ulcers
• Other: abrasions and skin tears, surgical wounds, and burns

Our therapeutic services include evaluating the wound and selecting appropriate dressings; tracking the progress of wound treatment, including photographing and reporting; antibiotic monitoring; ordering special support surfaces for pressure relief as appropriate; patient and family education; and treating the chronic underlying health problems.

What’s the word on the streets about our services?

Read what our patients say about our team below

Shirley T

Shirley T

Very professional, friendly and caring about patients puts me at ease with my health concerns.

Elias G

Elias G

I love that my nurses are always on time. My nurse is a great nurse and shows compassion for everyone.

Louis T

Louis T

All the employees of Ameripro are extremely polite and professional. They would help anyone at the drop of a hat. Very pleased. Everyone goes out of their way to help me.

Bobbie W

Bobbie W

Nurses are giving good care to me & my wife. Helps us with our medications. They helped me receive OT & it really helped me.


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