Americare Staffing Services has expanded services to include designation as a North Dakota Quality Service Provider in addition to private pay in-home care services. Americare Staffing Services Inc. has provided licensed healthcare facility staffing services in the state of North Dakota since 1999.
Services offered include respite care, assistance in personal cares, reinforcement teaching/education in areas of physical rehabilitation, homemaker/chore/companion services, in home professional assessment regarding healthcare needs, medication review and set-up, assistance in securing medical equipment and education regarding safety aspects of the equipment. Additional services are client-specific.
Americare Staffing Services Inc. is located at 104 11 St. West, Bottineau ND 58318. Contact may be made by writing to this address or by calling 228-3137 or toll-free at 1-877-277-7918.
Referrals and inquiries may be made by licensed social workers/case managers, potential clients or their family members, in addition to representatives of hospitals and nursing homes.
Wonderlich garners Dakota Medical Foundation grant
Stephen Wonderlich Chester Fritz distinguished professor of clinical neuroscience and associate chair of the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences has received a $4,000 grant from the Dakota Medical Foundation. The grant will support the annual meeting of the Neuropsychiatric Research Institute's Treatment Collaborative for Traumatized Youth. Wonderlich is the director of Clinical Research at the Neuropsychiatric Research Institute in Fargo.
The Neuropsychiatric Research Institute, a not-for-profit research institute established in 1986 with its team of nine scientists and their staff, conducts research in eating disorders, obesity and related conditions. The institute is also involved in the dissemination of treatment models to regional clinical professionals. Much of the institute's work is funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health and private sponsors.
Minot doctor named to panel
The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians has named Dr. Manuel Colon to serve as its representative on the North Dakota Carrier Advisory Committee.
Carrier Advisory Committees are panels of physicians and other health-care pro-viders who advise Medicare administrators concerning reimbursement and coverage policies that affect reimbursement decisions at a state or local level.
Colon is a pain specialist at Trinity's Pain Management Clinic, where he focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with a variety of pain-related problems.