Home Care

One of the greatest needs for an aging population is long term care in the home. Older adults that need assistance with daily activities due to chronic illness or disability require specific care that can be provided in the comfort of their home. Caregivers providing these services are licensed and insured and vary from home health aides to companions to registered nurses, depending on the necessary care.

Escorts and Grocery Shopping

The challenges of growing old, illness, or disability, can sometimes impose lifestyle limitations on our loved ones. Simple chores like going to the doctor’s office, visiting a movie theatre, restaurant, shopping, going to a hairdresser or beauty salon, etc., can become difficult for you or your loved one. At such times, we are delighted to send you one of our caregivers to escort or accompany you to an appointment.

Careers

Vintex is continuously hiring qualified caregivers. We offer competitive pay rates. Full-time, part-time, and live-in positions are available.
Every caregiver/staff is a valuable team member. If you are available to provide care in South Florida, please choose your profession/discipline below and provide us with your contact information.

In Home Evaluation

Prior to the start of services, Vintex Quality will provide a Registered Nurse to assess the patient’s needs, so that services can be coordinated. Patients are assessed physically and cognitively; after which an overall history is obtained from the patient, relative, guardian, or responsible party. read more

About Us

Vintex Quality Care has been dedicated to providing quality home health care since 1991. As a bonded and insured home health agency, our goal is to care for patients with the utmost compassion. Our healthcare professionals have the experience needed to perform health care services in the home or in a facility.
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