Remember the good old days when your doctor came to you?
Well, that’s what we do, only better. Seva Health gives you choices. We offer exceptional integrative health care to you and your loved ones in our office or in the safety and convenience of your own home. At Seva Health, it's not just about living longer, it's about living better. Modern medicine, good 'old fashioned' caring - that's Seva Health.
We believe that an individual’s health is the most sacred and personal experience of all.
It is an honor and a privilege to be a health care provider; to give the care and guidance needed to cure an illness and restore health. We value individuality and the diversity of personal experiences and cultural differences. We value the art of listening to truly understand a health concern. Our practice model is designed for longer visits with your provider which allows the time needed to develop a therapeutic relationship. The result is a deeper connection and mutual trust.
We believe that honesty is fundamental to good clinical practice.
We value transparency and honest, authentic relationships. The trust and respect we gain from our patients and their families is rooted in our commitment to honest communication and accepting responsibility for the care we give. Understanding your goals and values while practicing at the highest standard of evidence-based care reduces the risk of dangerous errors and improves our end results. Simply stated: honesty is the building block of our practice.
We believe that knowledge is powerful and key to overall wellness.
We admit: we’re old fashioned. We believe in the timeless maxim that ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.’ We change lives, not just symptoms by finding the root cause of illness and using a broad, integrative approach to healing. We’re constantly learning, paying special attention to new scientific evidence on the role of nutrition, personal stress and mental well-being in health. Knowledge inspires us and helps us help you apply sustainable self-care practices at every stage in life.
As nurse practitioners, we can attest to how easily errors are made, particularly medication errors. A home visit allows us to make sure that your loved one is taking the right dose of a medication at the right time in the right manner. Rather than guessing, we can make sure that medications are not expired or being taken with another medication that can lead to dangerous side effects. More importantly, we can take the full amount of time needed to make sure our patients fully understand the medicines and treatments we prescribe.
A home visit allows us to fully discuss your personal concerns and be assured of your privacy. At home, you don’t have to worry about the person in the next room overhearing sensitive and personal information that you’ve shared about your health or your finances. You won’t be moved from room to room with your chart coming in contact with different hands each time. At home, your health is the private matter that it should be.
We come to you. At home there are no steps for you to climb, no crowded elevators, no cold and cramped exam rooms. More importantly, there is no long wait in a crowded waiting room. A home visit enables us to provide much needed health care to seniors and those who may be confined to wheelchairs, have difficulty walking or are unable to drive.
We give our patients and their families an unmatched level of attention and service. As nurse practitioners, we know that medical issues rarely have one single cause or cure. We also understand how important each individual’s environment is to their health. A home visit allows us an opportunity to see the ‘bigger picture’ and help access community based resources; a service that simply can’t be offered in a busy, time-restricted office.
Studies have shown that primary care in the home is more efficient and cost-effective not only for patients but also their caregivers. Time taken off from work to bring a loved one to a doctor’s appointment means lost income and lost productivity. It is also means lost vacation time for follow up appointments and communication. Simply stated: home visits improve the quality of life for all involved.