[United States, March 30, 2016]— Nuclear Care Partners, an approved Medical Provider under the U.S. Department of Labor Programs, works with Department of Energy retirees to provide medical care and benefits to workers diagnosed with conditions caused by their previous employment.
Nuclear Care Partners initially consults a retiree’s doctor to arrange for the required medical needs of a patient. The provider’s coverage includes employees from the nuclear, uranium, and coal industries. Their caregiving services include everything from professional nursing care to light housekeeping. The family caregiver program helps a patient’s family member receive training and compensation for personally looking after the patient.
[b]Catering to the Needs of a Hero[/b]
The medical partner’s professional services include skilled nursing care, CNA support, grooming and hygiene, meal preparation, home safety evaluation, medication assistance, fall risk assessment, light housekeeping, and education. Depending on the patient’s needs, specialized services are also available.
The Department of Labor recognizes the sacrifices of former DOE employees. As a former DOE employee, one is exposed to the harmful substances and chemicals involved in one’s daily work. Without prior knowledge of the health risks involved, employees have given their lives ensuring the quality of service they provide to millions of homes and projects in the United States.
Through programs enabled by the EEOICPA, DCMWC, RECA, and FECA, the medical partner’s vision is to be the premier provider of home care services to its patients.
[b]The Family Caregiver Program[/b]
The Family Caregiver Program is an opportunity for family members to undergo proper training, and also receive support and financial compensation. Taking care of their loved ones diagnosed with illnesses related to working for the DOE is not an easy task. Meeting specialized needs require professional medical attention, especially with debilitating diseases like cancer or motor disabilities.
Nuclear Care Partners aims to give back to retirees’ families through medical benefits.
[b]About Nuclear Care Partners[/b]
Nuclear Care Partners, an approved Medical Provider under the U.S. Department of Labor programs EEOICPA, DCMWC, RECA, and FECA, works exclusively with former DOE workers diagnosed with work-related illnesses. With compassion, commitment, excellence, and integrity as their core values, Nuclear Care Partners salutes former energy workers for their service to the United States.
For more information, do visit http://www.nuclearcarepartners.com.