The Lifeline Nursing Services team fosters a culture of compassion and care by building meaningful ties!

The Lifeline Nursing Services team fosters a culture of compassion and care by building meaningful ties!

When family can’t visit, Lifeline Nursing Services can!

While they may not be related, clients are treated just like family

Although right now, we might not all be able to enjoy the benefits of friends and family stopping by to lend a hand, when help is needed, but it doesn’t mean we’re alone.

The team at Lifeline Nursing Services has you and your loved ones covered!

By bringing home and community health care services to the Lower Mainland for the last three decades, the LNS team has established a unique way to bring special experiences to every client. Offering a wide range of care services, including assisted living, continuous care, transportation, and medical, this BC-based and locally owned and operated company strives to be the best in providing care.

So, how do they do it?

“As we deliver care to those in our community it’s important for us to attract good people. From our dedicated drivers, to our highly educated nurses and well-trained caregivers, we share the same set of values that we carry with us in our work, and in our every day lives,” explains Mikee Antonia, of LNS.

Creating a community for connecting people and building lasting relationships, the LNS team fosters a culture of compassion and care by building meaningful ties. Founded on principles of respect, patience and reliability, the LNS team remains consistent in their delivery of professional home care. Applying these principles to their everyday lives, staff exercise unconditional sincerity and joy in everything they do. It’s these exact qualities the LNS team seeks out.

Committed to the pursuit of innovation, by pairing passion with pride, each day offers a new opportunity to discover potential and improve, both individually and as a team! And, by combining a respectful and supportive working environment, it helps nurture the potential for growth.

Treating you like family of their own, they have a passion for compassion!

Treating you like family of their own, they have a passion for compassion!

During these times when human connection is so limited, feeling connected with others who understand you is critical. By treating each person like family, LNS ensures memorable experiences.

“Passionate and caring, each and every one of us finds happiness in bringing joy to others. We go above and beyond to ensure our clients are well taken care of and receive a unique set of services tailored especially for them. We do everything we can to make our clients feel safe, comfortable, and special,” Antonia notes.

By going the extra mile, the LNS team creates unforgettable experiences with clients that are truly treasured. Unique and special, that’s the Lifeline promise.

“Nothing is as rewarding as the smiles we see on our clients’ faces,” Antonio remarks.

To learn more, visit them online today!

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