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1.Avoca Nursing & Rehab Center
610 E York Rd
Nursing & Convalescent HomesAssisted Living FacilitiesResidential Care FacilitiesRehabilitation Services
The Avoca Nursing & Rehab Center is a part of Care Initiatives, which is a nonprofit organization that provides medical, nursing, social and rehabilitative services for senior citizens. The Avoca Nurs
2.Denning, Kathryn Jo
110 N Maple St
Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityAssisted Living FacilitiesNursing & Convalescent Homes
610 E York Rd
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4.Midlands Living Center
2452 N Broadway
Nursing Homes-Intermediate Care FacilityNursing & Convalescent HomesAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesRehabilitation Services
Midlands Living Center is a Council Bluffs, IA skilled nursing facility that specialized in exceptional care for the elderly and disabled. We are locally owned and operated and we are not a chain or c
5.Brookestone VillageServing the Avoca, IA area
Nursing & Convalescent HomesMedical ClinicsHome Health Services
Welcome to Brookestone Village, we are so glad you have inquired about our services and we look forward to providing the quality care and comfort that your loved one needs and deserves. We are a Medic
6.Papillion Manor Nursing HomeServing the Avoca, IA area
Nursing & Convalescent HomesSenior Citizens Services & Organizations
We believe that you will truly find a loving and compassionate family here. We provide skilled nursing rehabilitation and long-term care for our residents. We have 110 beds in our home and we are loca
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