We are a home care provider, in conjunction with home care social workers, that provides a free streamlined search for families, friends, and other individuals in their quest for home care for their loved ones in need.
Are you, or your loved one, or may be someone you know, in need of in-home care services? Browse through our website, schedule an appointment, and get a little bit of the pricing and payment information that may be required for the home care services.
It is very important to select the right care provider and find an appropriate match for your loved one. That is why you need to talk to Jamhuri Healthcare Services for information and guidance in making that important decision.
If you are concerned about an older adult who is in the hospital or experiencing a crisis and needs assistance immediately, our Care Managers can often help with a same-day appointment, offering advocacy, assistance, and emotional support. To request a free assessment, please fill this short form here.
Jamhuri Healthcare Services Is Licensed to Serve the Entire State of Maryland.
Licensed Care | Certified Care | Personal Care
Hourly | Weekly | Live In | Short & Long-Term Continuous Care | Customized Schedules
Private Duty Care
Short & Long-Term | Round-the-Clock Care | Respite
We care for clients in the following settings:
Private Homes | Assisted Living Homes | Long-Term Care Facilities | Hospitals | Group Homes | Senior Housing | Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Our care providers include:
Registered Nurses (R.N.s) provide direct care and make decisions regarding the plans of care for individuals and groups of healthy, sick/ill, and injured people.
Licensed Practical Nurses (L.P.N.s) can administer most medications, conduct wound care, and perform measurements (blood pressure, temperature, patient-care planning, first aid, and CPR).
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs)are individuals who routinely perform nursing tasks delegated by a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse.
Certified Geriatric Nursing Assistants (CGNAs) ) are nursing assistants who have passed the geriatric nursing examination and meet all federal requirements required for working in long-term care facilities.
Certified Medical Assistants (CMAs) are allowed to administer medications in licensed comprehensive care facilities. Only a Geriatric Nursing Assistant with one year of experience and who has completed an approved 60-hour medicine aide course taught in a community college are eligible to become a CMA.
Certified Medical Technicians (CMTs)are medical professionals trained and certified with a 20-hour course that allows them to administer meds in specific settings.
Home Care Aides work with clients in their homes. These aides possess a training program background and help individuals remain independent in their own homes.
Companions– Some clients do not require any medical assistance but need a companion. Companions provide company, assist with meals, household duties, errands, and more. They must have CPR and FIRST-AID training.
Transportation/Escort Specialists – Clients who may not be able to safely drive often rely on transportation and escort services in order to make it to their destinations.
It’s a fact of life; everyone forgets to take a medication dose at one time or another. But as we age, the list of medications prescribed by our doctors grows, and the number of times per day we have to think about it multiplies.
For a growing number of Americans, forgetting a medication dose or taking the wrong dose can threaten both health and quality of life. This failure to follow the doctor’s prescribed orders is what the medical community calls “noncompliance” or, more recently, “non-adherence.”
Both of these terms mean the same thing: that the patient is not properly following a prescription regimen.
Service Locations: Baltimore County | Carroll County | Howard County | Baltimore City | Anne Arundel County