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1.Westhampton Care Center
78 Old Country Rd
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It was a very hard decision to place my grandmother in a nursing home. Her care was more then I could give her while raising two children on my own. The staff at the nursing home were so much more t
2.Riverhead Nursing Home
1146 Woodcrest Ave
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3.I G H L P Inc
33 Bellows Pond Rd
Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing Facility
4.Bellhaven Nursing Center
110 Beaver Dam Rd
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DO NOT PUT ANYONE HERE!!!! This place shipped my dad out after 5 days for "rectal bleeding" and strung our family along for a month afterward saying they didn't hav an open bed for him to re
Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesAssisted Living FacilitiesAlzheimer's Care & Services
I first found assistedliving.com when I was looking for a new senior home for my grandma. My advisor contacted me right away and he was very patient and helpful. He gave me a list of communities in
6.A Place For Mom
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For over 15 years, A Place for Mom has provided unparalleled support in helping over 550,000 families find the best possible senior care options for their loved one, free of charge. Connecting those i
7.National Health Care Associates
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