COVID-19: Additional Support for Our Ventilation Patients

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Due to the global attention on the coronavirus outbreak, SuperCare Health is closely monitoring the on-going development to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.

We continue to review the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and make adjustments as needed.  We will continue to provide updates to our patients and employees as we take this journey together.

SuperCare Health promises Expanded TeleCare Services For all Patients and Additional Support for patients with respiratory failure and ventilation

In-home, high-risk patients on ventilation have additional supportduring this heightened coronavirus alert period and will not experience any interruption to their care.   

Our respiratory therapists and technicians will continue to treat patients in their homes, with a focus on preventing spread of the coronavirus by identifying and treating patients who present symptoms. We are also providing expanded TeleCare services that enables coronavirus patients to communicate with SuperCare Health and their own physicians, when face-to-face interaction is not advisable.

“Our respiratory therapists and clinicians are expediently delivering care to these patients in the home and we will continue to treat every patient with lung diseases that it is managing for COPD and respiratory failure, regardless of their current situation,” said John Cassar, President and CEO, SuperCare Health.

What does this mean for SuperCare Health patients? 

If you would like to have a consultation with a respiratory therapist, you can easily:

  • Schedule a TeleCare appointment here
  • Or call us at 844-227-3360

SuperCare Health will continue to service patients and their equipment for urgent issues or deliveries in the home as needed.

Should the coronavirus situation change or if additional precautions are necessary, we will be sure to update our communication with you.