We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for our residents and support of our family members.

Dunmore Plantation enjoys the support of Home Health RN’s for training and resident visits. Staff
at Dunmore Plantation receives bi weekly visits from Smoky Mountain Center, who provides
geriatric and adult mental health continuing education.

Dunmore Plantation is also contracted with Rencare, who provides an RN for resident assessment,
chart reviews, and staff training. Dunmore Plantation contracts with Health Options (Pharmacist), who
provides medications, medication reviews, and staff training.


Ser Services Offered

  • Applying and removing bandages, Ted hose, binders, braces, and splints

  • Feeding techniques for residents with swallowing problems

  • Bowel or bladder training programs to regain continence

  • Enemas, suppositories, breaking up of fecal impactions and vaginal douches
  • Positioning and emptying of the urinary catheter bag and cleaning around the urinary

  • Clean dressing changes, excluding packing wounds and application of prescribed enzymatic debriding agents

  • Collecting and testing of fingerstick blood samples

  • Care of well-established colostomy or ileostomy (having a healed surgical site without sutures or drainage)

  • Care for pressure ulcers up to and including a Stage II pressure ulcer which is a superficial ulcer presenting as an abrasion, blister or shallow crater

  • Inhalation medication by machine

  • Forcing and restricting fluids

  • Maintaining accurate intake and output date

  • Medication administration through a well-established gastrostomy feeding tube (having a healed surgical site without sutures or drainage and through which a feeding regimen has been successfully established)

  • Medication administration through injuction (sub q only)

  • Oxygen administration and monitoring

  • Care of residents who are physically restrained and the use of care practices as alternatives to restraints

  • Oral suctioning

  • Care of well-established tracheostomy, not to include endotracheal suctioning

  • Administering and monitoring of tube feedings through a well-established gastrostomy tube

  • Monitoring of continuous positive air pressure devices (CPAP and BIPAP)

  • Application of prescribed heat therapy
  • Application and removal of prosthetic devices except as used in early postoperative treatment for shaping of the extremity

  • Ambulation using assistive devices that requires physical assistance

  • Range of motion exercises

  • Any other prescribed physical or occupation therapy

  • Transferring semi-ambulatory or non-ambulatory residents