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1.Waterford Senior Living
301 S 6th St
Assisted Living FacilitiesResidential Care FacilitiesNursing & Convalescent HomesAssisted Living & Elder Care Services
The staff is so much more than we could have imagined. The compassion shown by everyone at WSL is remarkable.
2.Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation - Burlington
677 E State St
Nursing & Convalescent HomesRehabilitation Services
Now known at Burlington Rehab and Care Center. I highly recommend this place. The staff really do care and love their patients there. It's the place you really do want to choose
3.Aurora Vna Assoc of Wis
103 N Dodge St
Nurses-Home ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsHome Health Services
The Visiting Nurse Association is a nonprofit agency that serves the residents of southwestern Indiana, southeastern Illinois and western Kentucky. Founded in 1988, the association provides long-term
4.Pine Brook Pointe
1001 S Pine St
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Pine Brook Pointe provides holistic care services and daily activities for seniors who are looking for a place to relax and enjoy. Serving the Burlington, WI area since 1999, our warm and knowledgeabl
5.Judy Lee Hartzheim, RN
1405 N English Settlement Ave
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158 W Chestnut St
Home Health ServicesIndependent Living Services For The DisabledAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesEldercare-Home Health Services
I was really impressed at how knowledgeable the caregivers were and how personable. My parents can be difficult to handle but the staff were naturals! I really liked the fact that they did a lot of exMore Nearby Locations »
7.Careminders Home Care
565 Milwaukee Ave Ste 3a
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