Nurses are the heart of all that we do!

Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care’s leadership supports our nurses with the tools and training they need so they can focus on providing respite for families and compassionate care for children.

Our nurses choose to work at Thrive SPC because they want to make a difference and be there for your child’s worst days, their best days, and for all the many memorable moments and milestones in between. They want to watch your child grow and flourish to his or her full potential.

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Why Thrive SPC

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Our nurses provide:

  • Expert continuous 1:1 care in the home, continually monitoring your child so you can have peace of mind.
  • Compassionate support and education for family members of medically fragile children of all ages at all stages.
  • 1:1 care when your child is in school (with authorization).
  • Skilled visit and shift-based professional nursing 24/7 and home health aide or certified nursing assistance in select locations.

The Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care location team provides:

Expert Case Management

Our supervisors and schedulers work to ensure consistent and quality care with the right clinicians for your child.

Assistance with Prior Authorization Requirements

Our team has experience dealing with multiple payers and will take care of authorizations and help with paperwork, so you can focus on caring for your family.

Coordination with Your Child’s Doctor and Care Team

Together we will develop a plan of care that meet your child’s individual medical needs.

24/7 Clinical Support

We have an RN on call for clinical support 24/7, 365 days a year for our staff and patient families.

Training, Mentoring, and Education

We provide continuous training, mentoring, and education for our staff and patient families as children grow and their needs change.

Our clinicians are skilled in providing care for a wide range of pediatric medical complexities, including:

  • Respiratory issues
  • Cardiac conditions
  • Neurological impairments
  • Nutrition issues
  • Premature birth
  • Ventilator-dependency
  • Gastrointestinal, orthopedic, genetic, or congenital disorders
  • Many other childhood medical conditions
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Smooth Transition from Hospital to Home

  1. Creating a Plan of Care
  2. Visiting the Home to Create a Safe Environment
  3. Supporting Your Family
  4. Finding the Right Financial Support