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1.Ventura Convalescent Hospital
4020 Loma Vista Rd
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2.Angels For Elders
5559 Dorsey St
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3.Ensign Group Inc
5440 Ralston St
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4.Brierwood Terrace Ventura INC
4904 Telegraph Rd
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5.Community Care & Hospice
2941 Loma Vista Rd
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While professional help is critical in hospice service, it is also important to acknowledge the assistance provided by ancillary staff, such as the CNAs. Community Care & Hospice is so fortunate to h
3482 Loma Vista Rd
Assisted Living FacilitiesAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesAlzheimer's Care & ServicesNursing Homes-Intermediate Care Facility
Treacy Villa established in 1988, provides a safe and secure environment for those afflicted with Alzheimers and Dementia. Treacy Villa houses 49 residents and provides round the clock care. Besides b
7.Aegis Of Ventura
4964 Telegraph Rd
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Located near one of California's beautiful, historic missions, Ventura is very nearly paradise. Our graceful Aegis of Ventura features elegant Spanish-style architecture that is beautifully enhanced b
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