6 Home Health Agencies Serving Carter County, OK
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Review of Carter Healthcare Of South Oklahoma, Llc
We had used Carter Health Care in the past. They did a really good job. They came when they were expected. They called the day before they would be here on a certain time, and they were here within... Read more
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My mother is in a nursing home and of course it is a semi-private room. that is all medicare/medicaid will pay for. Her room is so small that you can't even turn around in her space, let alone get... Read more
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