Ambrose Nursing Care Management
provides services to clients in their own homes, aged care facilities, group homes or other locations.
Please note that some assessments can be completed through telehealth for clients in remote locations.
With continuity to help with peace of mind
- Routine IDC and SPC changes
- Trouble shooting
- Bladder installations and advice
- Holistic care
- Safe practice from a knowledgeable specialist registered nurse
From simple to complex wound care to comprehensive wound assessments
- Ongoing assessment and management as needed
- Education and support for care givers: From "How do I clean a wound?", through to "What do I put on it?" and "What do I do now??!!"
- Comprehensive reporting to support care plans and give ongoing guidance
Comprehensive assessments to help you understand your needs
- Reports that can be used as supportive evidence for NDIA plan reviews
- Recommendation reports for aged care clients with ongoing support as needed
- Referrals and liaising with specialists as needed
- Realistic goal setting with the client's priorities as the centre of care management
Assistance with Case Managing
Supportive and knowledgeable specialist nursing input
- Attendance of multi-disciplinary meetings
- Educational sessions for staff both online or in person
- Advice on nursing care or referrals for appropriate specialist care
Other Nursing Services
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Care you can rely on...
Welcome to Ambrose Nursing Care Management.
Rachel is a Registered Nurse and Clinical Nurse Specialist. Prior to completing her Bachelor of Nursing Advanced degree at Western Sydney University, she was awarded an academic merit on completion of the university's Foundation Studies in Health Science and Nursing. She went on to complete an honours year in Transition to Practice and a Graduate Certificate in Primary Health Care with the University of Tasmania.
Rachel has a background in chronic and complex care as a community nurse. Her experience includes the management of urinary catheter clinics for men and women, continence clinics for women and children, complex wound care, palliative care and chronic illness support in the New South Wales public health system.
Rachel has travelled internationally specifically to study health management in other countries but comes home to appreciate providing one-on-one care in the home environment.
Rachel also has a certificate in paediatric continence from the Continence Foundation of Australia; a First Aid certificate in Mental Health; has completed the Careforce Lifekeys ‘Search For Life’ course; has been awarded a Zonta Sydney Hills Foundation Scholarship and is a member of the ICF (International Continence Foundation), CONSA (Continence Nurse Society Australia), NUNS (New South Wales Nurses Urological Society), the CFA (Continence Foundation of Australia), ISTAP (The International Skin Tear Advisory Panel) and Wounds Australia.
Rachel has a passionate interest in holistic care, focussing on the person - recognising that continuity is often the key to people feeling safe and confident their care is in good hands.