We equip the patient’s room as if it were a hospital with personalized attention, with previous medical authorization.

Homecare is indicated for post-op patients, palliative care and elderly care.



Throughout the last years, attention at home has become a more cost-accessible option than directly at the hospital. According to each patient’s condition, the treating physician may recommend the installation of the necessary medical equipment so that the treatment and recovery can happen at home.

From basic equipment like a hospital bed, to specialized nurses, Homecare is custom-made for each patient. Both insurance companies and medical institutions have opted for this modality when the patient meets certain criteria in order to contain costs that may generate at the hospital.

Homecare currently goes beyond having a nurse at home, you may have all the necessary equipment at your reach to recover at the comfort of your own home.

At Abeile Med, we equip the patient’s room as if it were a hospital with personalized attention, with previous medical authorization; meaning, we establish integral communications (between patient, family members and treating physician) to know each person’s needs and therefore offer a unique service for each patient and their diagnosis.

Homecare is indicated for post-op patients, in palliative care, elderly care and for pain management, among others.



At-home nurse

  • At-home nurse: Nurses of all levels in 12- and 24-hour shifts, according to previous valuation from Abeile Med and medical instructions.
  • Caregiver: Company, administration of basic medicines, movement/posture changes, patient hygiene like baths, sheet changes, feeding support.
  • Auxiliary nurse: Trained to provide some care which requires medical supervision, like oral or intramuscular medications, wound healing, bandage application, daily cleaning, taking blood pressure, posture changes, accompanying patients in their medical outings and walks.
  • General nurse: With a college degree and a wide array of knowledge of patient care, ability to make decisions about medicine application with the support of the treating physician. Ability to place gastric tubes, vesicular catheters, intravenous medication, and handling of mechanic ventilators.
  • Specialized nurse (only for special cases).

Palliative care and pain management at home

At-home support by palliative care professionals and treating physician.

Pulmonary and physical rehabilitation therapies

Includes at-home nebulizations (previously indicated by treating physician).

At-home medications

We provide home delivery of the medications prescribed by the doctor.

Medical equipment at home

Tripod, lounge chair, hospital beds (manual or electric), wheelchair, oxygen tanks (with programmed recharges), oxygen concentrator (5 and 10 liters), pulmonary exercisers, aspirator for secretions, nebulizer, infusion pumps, among others.