Basic Home Medical Equipment
Private Duty (Nurses & Caregivers)
Osterized Food (NatSure)
Oxygen Tank Refill and Delivery
END OF LIFE CARE
Centerlife believes that the kind of care we should accord to our patients is not to treat them as patients but as loved ones who are sick. By basing our care on this philosophy we are able to deliver the kind of care that is appreciated not just by the patient, but the patient’s family as well.
Not patient, not client but an “ill loved one” – the mindset that we try to impart to each Centerlife staff so that they can deliver the best of care that they can to your ill loved one.
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A lot of times, it is difficult for people to appreciate the kind of service and care that Centerlife gives, especially when it comes to first time callers. We get calls any time of the day, and we go to the caller’s home carrying all kinds of medicines and supplies,...
We get that a lot, especially when we are with our patients and there are relatives and guest around. After introductions and a bit of talk about the services we provide for a family’s ill loved one (ILO), the conversation usually drifts towards this topic after many...
It is kind of surprising when a lot of the families who enroll their ill loved ones with Centerlife comment on how new and innovative our program seems to them. We’ve had a lot of comments from “how is your specialist able to spend so much time with our patients” to...
Home Medical Service
END OF LIFE CARE
Living with Assistance
Palliative & Hospice Care
“My father needed prolonged IV antibiotics at home and we sought the services of Centerlife. They gave excellent service with well trained nurses. I would recommend them for those who would need home infusion of antibiotics or chemotherapy.”
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for Hospice and Palliative Care