Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment
(CGA)

A Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment can help identify areas in which a senior may need further support currently and can also help an individual and his or her family plan for the future. Common Issues Addressed are:
  • Polypharmacy (effects of taking 5 or more medications)
  • Impairments of vision, hearing, and dentition
  • Transitions from home to Assisted Living or Nursing Home
  • Polypharmacy (effects of taking 5 or more medications)
  • Advanced Care Planning (i.e. Living Wills and Goals of Care)
  • Dementia
  • Incontinence
  • Falls
  • Osteoporosis
  • Constipation
  • Pain
  • Frailty and Weight Loss
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Home Safety Evaluation

Additional Services

Primary Care

Continence Care

Wound Care

Foot Care

Ostomy Care

Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment

Transitional Care