1.Gentle Hands Home Care
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Gentle Hands Home Care LLC was referred to me by a friend who used their home care services to take care of their parents in Baldwin. When I was in the same predicament my friend suggested I give th
2.Grace and Mercy Home Care Services, LLC
7110D Beach Channel Dr,
NursesSpeech-Language PathologistsOccupational TherapistsAssisted Living & Elder Care Services
Grace and Mercy Home Care Services, LLC will always use the services of qualified licensed and certified Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists, Home Health Aides (H.H.A.s) and Personal Care
12706 Old South Rd
South Ozone Park,NY
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4.Towne Nursing Staff
14619 Archer Ave Ste 14619
Nurses-Home ServicesMedical Clinics
Don't even try working for this agency I'm working for them now all I can say is WOW no respect from staff you are on your own if you ask for help forget about it.they pay 8 dollars an hour no benefit
5.Jmb Home Health Aide Training
1931 Mott Ave Ste 404
Nurses-Home ServicesNursing SchoolsHome Health ServicesHouse Cleaning
JMB Home Health Aide Training School, Inc., philosophy and mission are to help our students develop the skills necessary to be caring and compassionate health care workers in the 21st century, This is
6.Community Nursing Agency
10411 120th St
South Richmond Hill,NY
Nurses-Home ServicesHome Health Services
7.Region Care Nursing Agency
20507 Hillside Ave
Nurses-Home ServicesHome Health ServicesNurses
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