LNS is built upon strong family values and a passion for healthcare.
LNS is built upon strong family values and a passion for healthcare.

LNS is built upon strong family values and a passion for healthcare. LNS is built upon strong family values and a passion for healthcare.

Healthcare comes home to Surrey

Lifeline Nursing Services delivers quality healthcare to the Lower Mainland

The appeal of staying at home, especially as it promotes our safety and that of those around us, has grown over the last year.

Although it’s had its benefits, facing the abrupt changes and navigating the unknown have still been a challenging experience for many.

How can you regain control over what happens in your life? It starts with having the support you need, when and where you need it.

Here in the Lower Mainland, the locally owned and operated Lifeline Nursing Services can help you maintain your health, safety and comfort during these uncertain times.

Supported by a diverse, multi-talented team including psycho-social rehabilitation specialists, the LNS team has the flexibility to suit whatever level of care you may need.

Supported by a diverse, multi-talented team including psycho-social rehabilitation specialists, the LNS team has the flexibility to suit whatever level of care you may need.

Who is LNS?

Lifeline Nursing Services is a delivery service for at home healthcare – by delivering care right to your door, it makes facing every day a little easier!

Their commitment to the pursuit of innovation has allowed them to continually improve and expand upon their services.

Backed by values of honesty, trustworthiness and accountability, they deliver passionate and quality healthcare to help better the quality of life of Canadians.

By delivering care right to your door, Lifeline Nursing Services makes facing every day a little easier!

By delivering care right to your door, Lifeline Nursing Services makes facing every day a little easier!

What do they do?

Supported by a diverse, multi-talented team of support workers, family caregivers, psycho-social rehabilitation specialists and nurses, the LNS team has the flexibility to suit whatever level of care you may need.

Offering a wide range of services, including assistance with medication, therapy and rehabilitation, help with everyday chores and activities, and services ranging from transportation to nursing care, LNS is here to ensure you’re healthy, safe and happy at home. So whether you need help with your medication or someone to deliver your groceries, LNS can provide support in whatever way makes the most sense for you.

LNS wants to ensure you and your loved ones are safe, healthy, and comfortable at home.

LNS wants to ensure you and your loved ones are safe, healthy, and comfortable at home.

Why choose them?

With a strong commitment to providing the highest quality of care, LNS has more than 30 years of experience delivering top-quality services.

By caring for you and your loved ones like their own family, the team establishes strong connections and treats every individual with compassion, respect, integrity and dignity.

With a passion for healthcare, Lifeline Nursing Services is here for you and your loved ones, guaranteeing a swift delivery with the utmost care.

To learn more, visit them online at lifelinehealthcare.ca, call 604-729-9985 or email info@lifelinehealthcare.ca

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