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1.House Call Doctors Texas
7710 Rialto Blvd
Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityNurses-Home ServicesSenior Citizens Services & OrganizationsHome Health Services
All of the Doctors, nurse practitioners and physcian assistants are so wonderful.
12501 Longhorn Pkwy
Home Health ServicesNursing & Convalescent HomesAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesRetirement Communities
Getting older is not so much fun, but life at Longhorn Village is fun!
3.Austin Nursing Center
110 E Live Oak St
Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityRehabilitation ServicesNursing & Convalescent HomesNursing Homes-Intermediate Care Facility
Austin Nursing Center has gone through some ups and downs like any facility anywhere, but now, under the management that they have, ANC has become a place to call home! Yes, the building might not be
4.Texas Covenant Education
7901 Cameron Rd
Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityCPR Information & ServicesMedical & Dental Assistants & Technicians SchoolsFirst Aid & Safety Instruction
I think that TCE is the best nursing assistant school and would recommend it to everyone!!
4100 Jackson Ave
Nursing & Convalescent HomesHomes-Institutional & AgedNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityResidential Care Facilities
I've just read the 2 comments below and I cannot believe they are talking about Westminster. I have lived here 4 years and I wouldn't trade it for my earlier life in a downtown high-rise or any other
6.Gracie Woods II Living Center
12042 Bittern Holw
Nursing & Convalescent HomesPhysical TherapistsAssisted Living FacilitiesMedical Clinics
My Mom broke her hip and wound up at Gracy Woods II. The place is clean, well organized, and has great Rehab. The food's only so so but that's with most places like this I think. The quantity makes up
7.West Oaks Rehab & Nursing
3200 W Slaughter Ln
Nursing & Convalescent HomesAssisted Living FacilitiesResidential Care FacilitiesNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing Facility
It is a great place where residents can grow and continue to have the best life possible
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