Our nurses educate and serve as liaisons between physicians, patients, and their families – to put patients and their families at ease at a time when the healthcare system is very complicated, fragmented, and difficult to maneuver. The nurses at RN4U are trained to know what questions to ask and what information is needed to ensure the best medical care available for you.


Accompany Clients to Medical Appointments

Serve as an advocate to listen, interpret, ask questions, and reinforce information received to enhance better communication between you and your medical providers.

Doctor Visit

Locate the Right Physician for You

Locate a new primary care physician or a specialist, whichever is needed, we help find the one that fits your unique needs. This includes specialists for Dementia, Parkinson’s or that rare disease that few people have heard about.

Medication assistance

Manage Care for a Serious or Chronic Illness

Provide research and treatment options that are available for your specific diagnosis, and assist with a plan of care. Serve as a liaison between your medical team members.

Senior Assistance

Provide Extensive In-Home Assessments

Perform a variety of assessments needed to assist with determining the appropriate level of care for a loved one, and assist with finding the right care needed whether if be caregivers in the home or transition into senior housing.

Hospital Visit

Crisis Intervention

Assist with determining what services are needed in a crisis and how to obtain them.



Refer to local resources such as attorneys, financial advisors or real estate agents when needed to assist with issues that arise in everyday living situations.

RN4U nurses educate, guide, and advocate for you, but never diagnose, treat or prescribe. We are ready and willing to help you make informed decisions about your own or your family member’s healthcare.

At this time services provided by RN4U are not covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance; however, we would be honored to assist you.

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