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By: Josiah N.
Peculiar Care Home Health Services
This agency is the epitome of a top tier Home Health service. They genuinely care about the patients by making them the 1st priority while upholding a sound level of integrity. I'd recommend
By: Loretta C.
Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services
just hiring there services the care giver we have is truly a blessed angel very professional compare to home INSTEAD&FIDELIS ALL THEY DID WAS TAKE MY MOM MONEY & stay on there cell phone. IFyou need care service hire VISTING ANGELS for your needs of your love one. LORETTA COKLEY
By: Stephanie S.
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
The hospital itself is outstanding. But this is not the main number for the hospital. This is for Children's Health within Presbyterian Hospital
By: Misty C.
The Lice Place
Great place for peace of mind. Don't try doing it at home bc I did and it cost me more money for all the retreating than coming here the first time. Everyone was nice. Mesha provided the services for my daughter who has long thick hair. She was efficient, friendly, and a pleasure to talk with during the process. The follow up was quick too. This is the place to come to get rid of those pesky critters.
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By: burle51
Candid Home Health Care Services
There pretty good my wife had nursing help but not anymore don't know what why she still nursing help I wish they come back for her
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By: Chondrella's S.
Beneficial Home Healthcare
Its not a good company to work for. The supervisor picks who she gives clients to. I work for over a month in a half with only a 4 hour patient but being told they get patients all the time. I was forced to get another job to go along with the 4 hr. $8 hr.job because my family couldn't survive off $45 every 2 weeks. I was encouraged by management to be patient that other openings were coming within. Yet when should up for scheduled interview, no one was there to interview me. The lady that was there, made a call. When hung up...she tells me the positions been filed. Yet I'm a employee and it would been easy to notify of such information instead of allowing me to show up to a lifeless office. I continue to work with my 4hr.client because I need the money..but I would beware of small business as such that treat employee's unfairly. Management is rude, unprofessional, and snappy.
By: Brenda M.
They have never gotten my order correct and the customer service is non-existent. Plus, the billing department doesn't know what they're doing.
By: Lucy D.
iCare Home Care
The management and staff are very caring and loving. They deliver good services to their clients. The entire team exhibit professionalism and kindness. I feel confident that my loved ones are in a clean,tidy and healthy enviroment.
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By: Judy D.
A Blessed Assurance Home Care
We were so blessed and pleased with the care received by my father. We had 24 hour care in the home for my 89 years old Dad who was also under hospice care after a recent stroke. This agency had very kind caretakers and the management stayed in constant contact. They truly helped extend my father's life. If you want dignity and worthwhile care for your loved one due not hesitate to call Blessed Assurance Home Care as they truly are a blessing! I write this review in hopes it will help others find the right care for their elderly father or mother. Thank you Blessed Assurance from the bottom of my heart! -Judy-
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By: 경철 이.
Korean Home Health Care
Doing good business for the Asian senior patients in Texas and the best service for the company patients. Also company provide the extra service for non patients.
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