In-Home Private Nurses

We hire the best so you get the best.

When it comes to in-home nursing, you want to be 100% confident that you get only the best possible professional home nurses and care for you or your loved one. That’s why, at Prestige Inhome Care, we only engage Registered Division 1 and Enrolled Nurses.

Your Prestige Case Manager and Clinical Services Manager will work with you to establish a unique and flexible care program, for a range of situations and conditions.

Ranging from low to very high levels of care, Prestige’s at home nursing services are designed to ensure your loved one can remain in the comfort and familiarity of their own home, whilst receiving the care and assistance they need.

Prestige Inhome Care can deliver the sort of support and care family members and friends provide, along with all medical professionals’ assistance, to help someone maintain their independence at home

Prestige Inhome Care’s skilled, qualified and experienced in-home nurses provide these services and many more:

Comprehensive nursing: assessment, monitoring and surveillance

1hr to 24hr nursing: flexible in-home nursing ranging from one hour to around the clock care and nursing

Medication and Prescription: management and administering injections

Surgery, wound and injury: management and care, post operative support, trauma and ongoing wounds e.g. leg ulcers

Personal care: showering, grooming, dressing, toileting, hygiene

Continence and Catheter: management and care

Stoma care

Hoisting and lifting assistance / equipment

Medical product selection and provision

Ongoing support, counselling and education

Palliative Care: nursing, care, advice and support for you and your loved ones last stages and final moments

Respite / Carer relief: we can help with a much-needed break or emergency relief

Allied health: we can transport, recommend or bring these services to you Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Dietitian, Occupational Therapy, Remedial Massage and more….

As you or your loved one’s condition changes, your Case Manager will help you adjust the services to meet those changing needs, ensuring that you and your loved one continue to receive the highest standard of nursing care and attention. Just as you would expect from one of Australia’s leading nursing and in-home care providers.

Prestige Inhome Care has earned an outstanding reputation over many years of delivering the very best private care and nursing available!

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What is the process?

  1. After a telephone discussion about your needs and current situation, we organise a convenient time for an in-home consultation with you and your family members.
  2. One of our experienced team members will meet you to answer any questions, conduct a care needs assessment, explain how we can assist, construct a tailored care plan and quotation.
  3. To ensure our clients receive the best quality care, your service needs are forwarded to our Service Coordinator team. One of our Care Coordinators will call you to discuss if, how or when you wish Prestige Inhome Care to deliver the care.

At Prestige Inhome Care we take the time to understand our clients’ needs so we can deliver the highest quality care!

What’s next?

Simply call 1300 10 30 10 to have your In-home Nursing questions answered and organise a FREE, no obligation in-home consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions – Covid-19

How is Prestige Inhome Care safeguarding their in-home nursing clients and staff against coronavirus?

We are closely monitoring and following the advice of the Federal and State health authorities in regard to this situation. All of our nurses are aware of the need to notify us should they have any concerns about the health of a client or themselves. To ensure the safety of our clients and staff, we have provided notification to all employees around the travel risk warnings in place and are closely monitoring this changing information. 

Any of our nurses who have recently returned from overseas travel or have a household member who has recently returned from overseas, are to self-isolate for 14 days from their return date.

We also instruct all nurses not to attend work if they are feeling unwell and to visit their GP.

Prestige has comprehensive infection prevention practices in place and provides personal protective equipment to our employees. 

All of our staff have done extra training to help them deal with the issues they face because of COVID-19, including hand hygiene, application and removal of personal protective equipment and practical strategies to help prepare and mitigate the impact of coronavirus.

Is it safe to have nursing and home care services provided by Prestige Inhome Care?

Yes. The government has released an information sheet for anyone who might be considering putting their nursing and home care on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic (or have already done so). The Department of Health advises Australians to keep up their regular home care and health care. This is just as important as protecting yourself from coronavirus. Prestige is continuing to follow the advice of the Federal and State health authorities in regard to this evolving situation, which is shared with our employees regularly so they can provide the best care for you or your loved one. Prestige care workers visiting your home are taking all necessary measures to ensure you stay safe.

To access the Government information sheet for older people who may have an aged care worker visiting them at home go to: 

Prestige Inhome Care has dedicated staff available to support you now in any way you need. Call our care specialist team on 1300 10 30 10 today to discuss how we can tailor care to best suit your needs.

Does Prestige Inhome Care provide home isolation support?

We can assist you or your loved one during self-isolation through our in-home support services such as:

  • Personal care
  • Clinical nursing support & medication administration
  • Delivery of groceries
  • Meal preparation
  • Collecting scripts
  • Transport to/from medical appointments
  • Companionship and much more.

To learn more speak to our Care Specialist team on 1300 10 30 10 or go to:

What precautions do Prestige nurses take when coming to your home when you or one of your family members is self-isolating?

We ask all our clients to contact the Prestige office if they or a family/household member has been instructed by their medical practitioner or Australian Government to self-isolate. These cases will be reviewed on a case by case basis taking into consideration the safety of our staff and clients, the level of care required, and availability of support to the client. Prestige has comprehensive prevention practices in place which all of our staff are instructed to follow and provides personal protective equipment to our nurses.

Will all Prestige nurses who come to my house to provide care be wearing masks?

We appreciate your concern for yourself and your loved ones. Prestige has comprehensive prevention practices in place and provides personal protective equipment to our nurses. While the use of masks can help to prevent transmission of disease from infected patients to others, the Department of Health and The World Health Organisation (WHO) do not currently recommend that masks should be used by healthy members of the public for the prevention of infections like coronavirus. The WHO advise that people should only be wearing a mask if they are caring for someone with the suspected virus. Prestige has a supply of masks which are to be used in the event that you need to care for someone who is unwell.

Are Prestige in-home nursing and support services considered essential?

Yes, our in-home nursing and support services are recognised as essential for the community. We have the capacity to provide assistance to you or your loved one at home immediately. Contact our team on 1300 10 30 10 to arrange a free in-home consultation.

What happens if I’ve had “close contact” with someone who has a “suspected case” of Coronavirus or if I live with someone who is getting tested for COVID-19?

Please contact the Prestige office on 1300 10 30 10 to discuss your situation. The World Health Organisation defines a “suspected case” of Coronavirus as when a person presents with both fever or acute respiratory infection and has been overseas in the last 14 days or has come in close contact with someone who has been overseas in the past 14 days.

The World Health Organisation defines “close contact” when a person has spent time greater than 15 minutes face to face or sharing of a closed space for more than 2 hours. An example of this is living in the same household, direct contact with body fluids, or spending 2 hours or longer with a person in the same room. 

You are also able to call the National Coronavirus Help Line on 1800 020 080 if you are worried. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

What should I do if I have a suspected or confirmed case of coronavirus in my household?

A “confirmed case” occurs when a medical test has been completed by a medical practitioner selected testing site and it has returned positive. A GP cannot test for Coronavirus and anyone presenting a GP with suspected Coronavirus will be redirected to a selected testing site. Testing sites are listed on the relevant state’s Department of Health website. 

If you are a Prestige nursing client and you become aware of any suspected cases in your household, or have a confirmed case of coronavirus, please contact us on 1300 10 30 10 or email us at: immediately. You are also able to call the National Coronavirus Help Line on 1800 020 080 if you are worried.

What advice does Prestige have for nursing care clients during the coronavirus pandemic?

The Department of Health has advised that people aged 70 years and over, people aged 65 years and over with chronic medical conditions, people with compromised immune systems, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over the age of 50, are at greater risk of more serious illness if they are infected with coronavirus. Clients who fit into this category are strongly advised to stay at home during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  Please contact the Prestige office on 1300 10 30 10 if you are concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on your health.