What’s in Your Bag? Getting to Know the Clinical Roles at PHS
Comprehensive care covers all your needs at home
Everyone at PHS considers themselves lucky to have the opportunity to care for the most amazing patients, day in and out. Our comprehensive care model is focused on best outcomes and doing what is right for kids with medical complexities and their families. To us, comprehensive means we have you covered, no matter the time of day, no matter the need. That means our clinicians always have to be ready.
What’s in your bag?
Have you ever been curious as to what each clinician brings along with them when going to visit a patient? We thought it would be fun to ask a few of our clinicians “What’s in your bag?”
Meet home Respiratory Therapist, Summer, who will show you what one of our Respiratory Therapist’s typically carries in her bag to head out and see patients.
Monica Handlos, our clinical social worker, goes through the items she has when meeting with patients from her new play therapy room. While play therapy, individual therapy, and sibling support programs are all done in our Roseville office, she has a bag of items that help her when meeting with families to begin services.
What else do you carry in your bag? Do you have questions or comments? Leave them below!Originally published: October 27, 2017