Our Focus Is You
Quality Care in the comfort of your home
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To request an appointment, call 888-RN-ANGEL (888-762-6435) or fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Our Mission For Quality Care
Sam Kassab, Founder of Guardian Angel & Danny’s Dad
It can be stressful hiring a home care service provider. For a patient in need of help, hiring the right company with skilled medical professionals can provide daily wellness and a high quality of life. For a patient’s loved ones, finding high quality health care assistance can provide peace-of-mind knowing that compassionate, skilled professionals are caring for the people they love.
If you or a loved one has an immediate medical need or if it’s simply time to plan for the future, Guardian Angel is here for you. Established in 1994, our goal is to provide superior home health care and to ensure the satisfaction of each customer we serve. We understand a caregiver’s needs and we’re ready to help! If you’re ready to talk about your options, we’re ready to hear your needs and offer a customized patient care plan.
Contact Us 24 Hours Everyday
Monday–Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday–Sunday by appointment
Our Health Care Services
We’re prepared to handle a wide array of needs including working with people suffering from chronic illness and disabilities, and helping patients recovering from surgery and injuries. Some locations also provide additional services including hospice, transportation, medical equipment, and private-duty care. Guardian Angel is CMS-certified and CHAP-accredited. Our patient plans are customized for each patient’s needs. Call us today, anytime day or night, and talk to one of our highly trained representatives. We’re ready to come to your location for a free consultation.
People for whom outings may be medically contraindicated as determined by a physician
Patients with dementia or severe memory impairment
People who have lost the use of an upper extremity and may be unsafe to use stair handrails
Patients who have to take portable oxygen with them
Patients with limited ability for ambulation due to pain or weakness
People who are at risk of a fall or who struggle with balance
People requiring the use of crutches, canes, wheelchairs, or human assistance to leave the home
Patients with severe heart and respiratory disease