First Care Home Services in Miami/Dade, Florida, is a trusted full-service Allied Health Staffing agency with a reputation for providing innovative solutions leading to quality healthcare. For more than 10 years, First Care has provided healthcare services to clients in need of nursing or living assistance services in Broward County and beyond. We strive to exceed our clients’ expectations by providing the highest level of quality care.
We are committed to our clients and promise to provide the best quality home care services available in the Miami/Dade/Broward area. First Care’s success is a direct result of our collaborative teamwork approach between client and caregiver and care manager.
First Care is certified by the state of Florida as a Woman-Owned Minority Business Enterprise (M/WBE) and 8(A) Business Development Program Certificate by the United States Small Business Administration.
To remain the most trusted Allied Healthcare Staffing agency in the healthcare industry, and to always, exceed our clients’ expectations by providing the best level of quality care.
We take pride in the way we care for our clients by offering a caring, convenient, and trustworthy alternative for anyone seeking professional nursing care in their home, hospital, nursing home or health care facility.
First Care is not only dedicated to our patients and staff. We have a long standing commitment to our friends within the community. For over 10 years we continuously contribute and sponsor Joshua’s Heart Foundation an inspiring organization conceptualized from the mind of a then 5 year old who is committed to stomping out poverty and hunger.
It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.
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