21 Home Health Agencies Serving Orlando, FL
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Recent Reviews of Home Health Agencies in Orlando
Review of Central Florida Quality Care Services Inc
We have been using Central Florida Quality Care for almost a month now. They provide my husband physiotherapy and occupational therapy. A nurse would come in twice a week to do vitals. I'm also nur... Read more
Review of Maxim Healthcare Services - Orlando, Florida
My mother had a wonderful caregiver, but the business side of the company was not good. They were very bad about calling me if her caregiver was not coming and they always said they would get a pe... Read more
Review of Amedisys Home Health
The doctor's office referred Amedisys Home Care. They were very good. There were a lot of them and they came quite often. They had a full time nurse and also had a person come in making sure she wa... Read more
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