Staying overseas often leads to a sense of anxiety for the family living in Kolkata. Professional life as well as the distance creates a barrier and it becomes difficult for people to look after their ailing parents back home. In this age of nuclear families it becomes extremely difficult to manage a crisis, specially medical, that too involving aged parents.
Personalised healthcare at your doorstep
Understanding this common problem faced by many people living abroad, five NRI friends came together to establish Tribeca – a helping hand to provide complete care to aged parents in distress.
• It claims to be a one-stop platform for any medical needs at home serving elder and ailing patients with chronic health conditions and those recovering from surgeries. • Both physical and emotional well being of the patient will be looked upon. • The Tribeca patient management system includes: • trained care workers • home care devices • pharmacy products • Doctor supervision / therapy support • psychological care • Professionally trained care givers (ayah) will be provided • Trained team, some specialising in dementia services and physiotherapy, others efficient in keeping charts and checking health vitals of patients are being formed. • The ayah will be taught soft skills to make sure their behavior with the patient is cordial • A relationship manager will be assigned for each patient; their role is to ensure that service standards are maintained. • They are in the process of tying up with big hospitals like Medica and Fortis • Companion service will be provided to dementia patients or senior citizens who are depressed or fear loneliness. Their staff will accompany them for a movie or to a restaurant and also play indoor games to make them feel better. • They are going to have a medical e-store soon
A very good news. Not only for the people living outside India but also for city people. There is often a need of round the clock professional care as city people are also busy in their professional life. It becomes hard to take care of everything.
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