Speciality Services

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Speciality Services

Dobson Healthcare offers every person the opportunity to stay in their own home.

From highly trained registered nurses and licensed practical nurse to high-tech home health aides, you can receive the care you need 7 days a week with visits ranging from 4 hours up to 24 hours a day. Dobson Healthcare is committed to provide the highest level of care, no matter how large or small the task may be.


Dobson understands that infusion and injection therapies are very intricate and specialized. As a result, you should expect nothing less than professional, confident, and experienced specialty nurses so you can receive your infusion therapy or IV treatment without the need to visit an infusion center.
Medical Conditions Treated

• Autoimmune Disorders
• Cancer
• Infectious Disease
• Muscular/Neurological and/or Pulmonary Disorders
• Pregnant or Recently Pregnant
• Pre-Or-Post Organ/Bone Marrow Transplant

Infusion Services

  • Anti-Inflammatory & Steroid Therapies
  • Antibiotic & Antiviral Therapies
  • Blood Clotting Factor
  • Cardiovascular Therapies
  • Enteral Feeding & Nutrition Formulas
  • Hydration & Electrolyte Replacement
  • Immunotherapies
  • Pain Management Medications
  • Post-Transplant Therapies
  • Specialty Infusions
  • Total Parenteral Nutrition

Infusions Caregivers

  • Registered Nurse
  • Licensed Practical Nurse

Special Note

Please note that our Infusion Services must be pre-authorized through your physician and we must coordinate directly with your pharmacy.

Wound Care

At Dobson, you can expect a holistic approach for treating various wounds in the home.

Throughout the healing process, nurses will care for and teach you and your family about your wound(s). Preventing infection or further damage to the wound, maintaining your nutrition and hydration, proper position and/or offloading, and pain management are key treatment aspects.
Medical Conditions Treated
• Impaired Circulation
• Diabetic Complications
• Burns
• Skin Integrity Concerns and/or Pressure Wounds
• Post-Surgical Wounds

wound Care Services

  • Antibiotic IV Therapy
  • Treatment of Wounds and Dressing Changes
  • Measurement/Evaluation of Healing
  • Wound Packing
  • Wound Vac

Wound Care Caregivers

Our RN Care Coordinators work directly with patient specialty doctors to ensure our Wound Care clients see continual healing improvements. During your recovery, you will see measurable improvements receiving care from a Dobson RN because our RNs have extensive knowledge in Wound Care and experience with the most complex wounds.

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For more information regarding Licensed Nursing Services, please visit our Services page

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)/Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

Unforeseen circumstances change our life plans when we least expect it. The mind is a fragile organ and as so, individuals with a TBI and/or SCI are serviced by our TBI/SCI experienced caregivers to give family members a much-needed break without having to compromise the care you are receiving.
Medical Conditions Treated
• Muscular and/or Neurological Disorders
• Spinal Cord Injury
• Traumatic Brain Injury

TBI/SCI Services

  • Behavior Modification Education
  • Enteral Therapies
  • Infusion Therapies
  • Licensed Nursing
  • Medication Management
  • Non-Licensed Attendant
  • Therapy Coordination
  • Transportation


Caregivers are supervised by our RN Nurse Care Coordinators who provide support for all clients and caregivers in the home. Depending on the level of care needed, one or a combination of the following could be available for care giving:

  • High-Tech Home Health Aide
  • Nurse Wound Care Specialists
  • Registered Nurse
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Nurse Aide
  • PT/OT/Speech Therapists

Learn More

For more information regarding resources for families with a loved who has suffered a Brain or a Spinal Cord Injury, please visit our Industry Resources page


If you require assistance with your ventilator or trache tubes, you will be a part of our acute care program. Our nurses have extensive experience with managing and monitoring ventilators and tracheotomy care.
Medical Conditions Treated
• Muscular/Neurological
• Pulmonary Disorders
• Tracheotomy/ostomy
• Ventilator Support, including BiPAP

Respiratory Services

  • Maintenance and Preventative Tracheotomy Care
  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Tube Feeding
  • Ventilator Care

Respitory Caregivers

  • Registered Nurse
  • Licensed Practical Nurse

Get More Info

For more information regarding resources for families with a loved who requires trache and ventilator assistance, please visit our Industry Resources page

Agency/Facility Supplemental Staffing

Dobson Healthcare’s staff is available for either long term or short term staffing options for complimentary agencies/facilities throughout the State of Michigan. Our staff can provide care in facilities and/or direct patient homes when shortages of specific staff occur.

Types of Clients

  • Facilities with Staffing Shortages
  • Individuals in Hospice
  • Individuals with a TBI/SCI
  • All ages, Pediatric to Geriatric
  • Others

Agency/Facility Types

We provide staff ranging from CNA care in a nursing care facility up to RN client care on the ICU floors of our local hospitals. Dobson Healthcare is also contracted by several hospice agencies for end of life care. The following facility types can be staffed by Dobson:

  • Community Mental Health Home Care Agencies
  • Assisted Living Communities
  • Correctional Facilities
  • Group Residential Homes
  • Healthcare/Rehabilitation Facilities
  • Hospice Agencies/Homes
  • Physician Offices

Interested in Contracting?

We’d love to partner with you if your facility is in need of assistance! If you would like to learn more about our staff contracting opportunities, please contact: Suzie Pierce, Corporate Director of Clinical Services at 866-866-8984 or by email at suzannepierce@dobsonhealthcare.com

Service Highlight

Our Agency/Facility Supplemental Staffing Service is part of our ability to coordinate your care. In addition, we will work with your current Insurance Case Manager, Physician, and Therapist(s) or you may choose to use ours as we work together to coordinate your recovery and care. We can provide assistance with the following:

  • Insurance Adjusters
  • Independent Case Managers
  • Direct Patient Care Providers
  • Clients and Caregivers
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Wound Care Therapy