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Funds raised at the outing will help all individuals and families receive equal access to our full range of services including hospice care, telehealth, in-home monitoring and coaching, and Adult Day Club memberships," said Ann Painter, RN, MSN, president and CEO of Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills.
The Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY) is the largest not-for-profit home health care agency in the nation, serving more than 30,000 New Yorkers daily.
Nationwide, Visiting Nurse Associations have provided cost-effective and compassionate home healthcare for 120 years to individuals, regardless of their condition or ability to pay for services.
For information about the Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey, visit http://www.
About Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio is the largest non-profit, community-based healthcare organization in Ohio and has been helping patients for more than 100 years.
The Auburn Visiting Nurse Association is an independent, nonprofit agency providing home health care, preventive and public health services and health education in Auburn, Worcester and the surrounding towns.
We need to make up the annual shortfall,'' notes Jim Cook, chief operating officer of Partners and Executive Director of Visiting Nurse Community Services, under which Care-A-Van operates.
Safra Visiting Nurse Faculty Program to improve care for the nearly one million people in the United States living with Parkinson's disease.
AUBURN - The first president and chief executive officer of the Auburn Visiting Nurse Association was stunned to learn that half the town's funding of the association had been cut this year.
The space was subleased from Visiting Nurse Regional Health Care System, an over 100-year-old healthcare provider that will be consolidating a number of city locations into 70,000 s/f it has just leased at 15 Metrotech Center, space that comprises the building's entire 10th and 11th floors.
The large geographic size of the Antelope Valley presents major transportation issues relative to access to health and social services, especially for low-income residents,'' said Jim Cook, executive director of Visiting Nurse Community Services, an affiliate of Partners in Care Foundation.
Carolyn Markey, president and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Associations of America, believes that if Congress does not wipe out the 15 percent cut, the lawmakers will delay it for at least one year.

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