Our Services

So how do we get started?

After an in-home consultation, our nurses will design a Care Plan that is specific to your needs. Then, the tasks will be assigned to our team of skilled and trusted nurses, care aides, companions, or home support workers to implement. Your care will be reassessed on a regular basis to ensure that the care is up-to-date and meets your needs. To learn more about our services, see the list below.


A companion is someone to talk to and do things with; someone to accompany you to places you want to go and make sure you are safe. Our companions have the heart to care for others. They are just wonderful and cheerful people to be with, and they can help with the following:

  • Mindful visits
  • Someone to do sports or activities with
  • Accompanying to outings and appointments
  • Running errands or doing some shopping
  • Light housekeeping, such as small laundry and tidying up the house
  • Basic meal preparation and clean up
  • Escorting to and from the hospital before and after a medical procedure or a hospital discharge

Do you have an elderly parent who lives alone and could benefit from an in-home visit by a friend? Does your elderly parent need someone to accompany them to outdoor activities or trips? Do you need someone to do your errands while you recover from an illness or physical disability? Do you need someone to drop you off and pick you up at the hospital after a medical procedure? If so, then a trusted Nurse Tree Health Companion will be the right person to help. Give us a call at (604) 655-2636 to inquire about the services of a companion.


More than a companion, a Caregiver is someone who provides a more in-depth care and supervision. Caregivers have a professional training and education in caregiving for at least 6 months. Not only our caregivers skilled and experienced in the industry, they are also kind and loving individuals who truly has the heart to serve. The care provided by our caregivers is implemented from a care plan that is carefully designed and delegated by our Registered Nurse Consultant. A Caregiver helps with the following:

  • Companionship
  • Personal hygiene and grooming
  • Feeding
  • Assistance with activities-of-daily-living (ADL)
  • Home safety supervision
  • Medication reminders or assistance
  • Respite care - Family members getting relief from caring for a loved one
  • Live-In Care or 24-hour (Round-the-clock) Care

Do you have difficulty managing your daily activities due to illness or health situation? Do you have an aging parent that is unable to manage his/her personal care, such as bathing, dressing, and feeding? Do you have a family member that needs constant, 24 hour care? Are you the primary care giver of a loved-one and need respite (relief) care on some days? If so, then the services of skilled Nurse Tree Health Caregiver would be invaluable. Call us to inquire about our skilled and trusted caregivers at (604) 655-2636. Request for a FREE In-Home Assessment by a nurse.

Skilled Nursing Care

Registered Nurses (RN) are professional care providers that have undergone intensive training at a college or university for at least 4 years. In order to practice in British Columbia, an RN must pass a licensure exam and have a good standing membership at the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia. Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) are care professionals that have at least one year of training at a college. In order to practice in British Columbia, an LPN must pass a licensure exam and have a good standing membership at the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of British. RNs and LPNs have different scopes of practice. However, both are trained in providing in-home nursing care.

Do you or a family member have complex care needs? Call now at (604) 655-2636 to speak with a nurse. Our team of Registered Nurses (RNs) and License Practical Nurses (LPNs) are able to provide the following services:

  • Post-operative care (After surgery care)
  • Post-hospitalization care (After hospitalization care)
  • Palliative care (End-of-life care)
  • Wound care: assessment and dressing changes
  • Medication administration
  • Intravenous (IV) therapy and maintenance
  • Feeding Tubes (Nasogastric tube, j-tube, g-tube: feeding and maintenance)
  • Care of Tracheostomy
  • Home Ventilator care
  • Ostomy care and dressing changes
  • Diabetes Management
  • Alzheimer / Dementia support
  • Foot care, Diabetic Foot Care
  • Patient/Client teaching by a nurse
  • Care planning / Care management