"My mission is to improve the health and well-being of my clients by applying nursing knowledge that will empower, inform, and support the family, the patient and their healthcare team."
Independent Nursing Services that will provide you with the support and momentum to get through your medical challenges
Momentum Nursing Services was founded in 2018 by Denise Holmlund, an experienced nurse. She has a passion for nursing and a clear vision for what true patient-centered care should be.
Nurses are the conduit between patients, physicians, and the healthcare system at large. As a long time hospital nurse, I often found myself in the position of advocating for my patients but was always constrained by time, tasks and organizational infrastructure. I realized, after 30 years in the field, that our healthcare system rarely allowed me to provide the nursing care that I felt my patients deserved, so I decided to look outside the system, to see where I could make a difference in patients' lives.
Being an Health Services Coordinator allows me to get back to my roots. In 1990, I chose to become a nurse because it fulfills my heartfelt desire to truly help those in need. Today, as an patient advocate, I am able to bring the "art of caring" to the forefront of my practice. Working directly with patients (and their families) allows me to spend quality time providing care that encompasses the patient's whole being - not just their physical health.
On my own health journey I was approached to work with Dr. H. Gupta from Ottawa to learn the ayurvedic therapy techniques in 2009. From that time I have continued working with all the techniques while diving deeper into the science of ayurveda with Hale Pule. It is truly a way of looking at the whole body in a simple fashion while using all the 5 Pillars of Health I believe in. EAT - MOVE - THINK - SLEEP - COMMUNITY.
We are all aware that healthcare in Canada is in a constant state of flux. The system's margin for error has grown exponentially, so too has the disconnect between provider and patient. The result: Miscommunication among clinicians and patients, gaps along the care continuum, and unnecessary medical errors. Protect yourself and the ones you love by hiring a patient advocate.