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1.ResCare HomeCare - Fairbanks
3407 Airport Way
Nurses-Home ServicesAlzheimer's Care & ServicesNursesEldercare-Home Health Services
Welcome to ResCare HomeCare of Fairbanks, Alaska. We’re proud to serve our community with quality, compassionate home care for seniors. We offer a full range of nursing support and other senior care sMore Nearby Locations »
1510 19th Ave
Nursing & Convalescent HomesResidential Care FacilitiesRest HomesHomes-Institutional & Aged
The Denali Center is a more than 80-bed facility that provides short- and long-term care services. The center is accredited by The Joint Commission. It offers access to daily activities, as well as on
949 Mcgown St
Nursing & Convalescent HomesRetirement Apartments & HotelsAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesRest Homes
4.Hm Health Care
1701 Gillam Way
Home Health ServicesNurses RegistriesNurses-Home ServicesPhysical Therapists
5.Immediate Care | In-Home Care
1867 Airport Way
Medical ClinicsNurses-Home ServicesHome Health Services
6.Rocking Years Assisted Living
3291 Jefferson Dr
Assisted Living FacilitiesAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesResidential Care Facilities
Had a great tour of Rocking Years with the owner Nikki. It met my Fathers Expectations and then some. Around the clock care and awesome staff.
2221 Eagan Ave
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Pioneers' Homes of Fairbanks, governed by the Alaska s Department of Health & Social Services through Alaska Longevity Programs, is a residential community for seniors aged 65 and above. It is one of
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