9 Home Health Agencies Serving New London County, CT
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Recent Reviews of Home Health Agencies in New London County
Review of Angel Care, LLC
The entire staff at Angelcare could not have provided better service in caring for my mother for more than the past 2 years. Our goal was to keep Mom home and happy. We began with coverage for a fe... Read more
Review of Backus Home Health Care
Erratic care. Nurses phone on blocked numbers the day they want to visit. No schedule, different nurses each visit. Read more
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