The hardworking and dedicated team at LNS will treat you like extended family of their own!

The hardworking and dedicated team at LNS will treat you like extended family of their own!

This dedicated community team brings healthcare home

Lifeline Nursing Services brings compassionate care to the Lower Mainland

When it comes to providing the care you or your loved ones need, finding a service company you can trust is vital.

For Surrey and Lower Mainland residents, that company is often Lifeline Nursing Services, committed to bringing compassionate health care home for than more than 30 years.

In recognizing every individual’s level of care varies, the locally owned and operated company offers a wide range of personalized medical and non-medical services – letting you customize care for your needs.

That tailored service approach ensures you’re receiving not only what’s best, but most effective for you. Their personalized home care services include:

    • Transportation: For individuals requiring assistance leaving their residence, LNS offers transportation services. Whether you’re in need of a ride to an appointment or require help with a move – they have the services available to support you.
    • Assisted living: For those living a mostly independent lifestyle, but who still need help with some daily activities, assisted living can be an ideal solution. A LNS caregiver provides a helping hand where needed while allowing you to continue living as independently as possible. You can enjoy help with housekeeping and laundry, meal preparation, grocery delivery and hospitality services, to name a few.
    • Continued care: If you need more routine assistance, continued care is also available. The passionate, highly trained LNS professionals make scheduled visits to your residence based on your personalized care plan. With services designed to maintain and improve your health and comfort, they provide the very best in home care. Services include dementia care, person-centered care and routine safety checks.
    • Medical services: For those requiring medical care at home, medical services are also offered in addition to continued care. Around-the-clock help ensures you have all the support you need for your peace of mind. Restorative care, routine check-ups and training are among services available.

With a strong commitment to innovation, the passionate and compassionate team at LNS strives to continually improve their services and grow, so they can continue to bring you and your loved ones the best possible health care in the community.

And, backed by an honest, caring team, you know they’ll treat you and your family like family of their own.

Learn more at lifelinehealthcare.ca or contact them today at 604-729-9985.

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