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yes checkbox checked by a markerWhen you choose Nurta Home Health Care, you and your family are in good hands. Each and every one of our employees represent the spirit of our care. At Nurta Home Health Care, we are committed to meeting the Personal needs of our clients and making a difference in their lives.

Our caregivers love what they do! Enjoy some of their stories;

Meet Queen. A: I am a Registered nurse and love the work that I do! Caregiving means friendship, patience, dependability, and understanding, I feel that I fit into the role as a caregiver because I am a kind, patient, and loving person who truly enjoys helping others!


Meet Anna. K: As long as I can remember, I have always had a love for people; working and caring for people. I started working as a caregiver about 4 years ago and knew that was the field I was meant to be in. Being a caregiver is very humbling job, I feel very privileged that I get to be a part of our client’s day to day lives.


Meet Martha. N: I first realized I wanted to be a caregiver when my family and I learned that my grandmother was diagnosed with dementia 5 years ago. My parents hated the thought of her being in a nursing home, I wanted to do everything I could to keep her happy and healthy in her own home. As her dementia progresses and her days are coming to an end, I know in my heart that this is what she would have wanted. She has always been a family- oriented person and although she won’t remember, we have the memories of caring for her and showing her love for a lifetime. I have had the privilege to care for many seniors.


Meet Rosa. A: Being a caregiver is a very special profession which takes a very dedicated and compassionate person. I strongly believe that I embody these attributes and many others that make me an outstanding caregiver. I have always enjoyed working with others, helping others in any way that I can. I enjoy making a positive difference in the lives of others. I look forward to making a difference in the lives of many others in the years to come.


Meet Oge. A: In 2004 I moved from Nigeria to United states I enrolled in nursing assistant class at Red cross upon successful completion of my class, I was able to get a CNA and home health aide certification. Ever since I have been a caregiver, I love working with my clients daily. I feel privileged to be able help someone in need and maybe make a difference in someone’s life.


Meet Kelly. O: I am so grateful because I have seen the value in working with seniors. I love caring for people and having the companionship that this job brings. I have tried other fields of work but have always found my way back to in home care.

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