Carlton Rehabilitation & Nursing Center 405 Carlton Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Carlton Rehabilitation & Nursing Center provides elderly patients with medical attention and geriatric functionality…More assistance. The center is staffed with a team of medical professionals whose services include physical exercise programs, therapy, massages and vitamin administration. Social activities are hosted regularly.
Independent Living Association 109 Clinton Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 Aiding mentally challenged adults in social participation, Independent Living Association provides housing and health…More care duties. Services include recreational programs, medical supervision, residential rehabilitation and service coordination.
Ruckel Manufacturing 63 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 Ruckel Manufacturing is an importer and manufacturer of industrial linens for nursing homes, hotels, hospitals and other…More businesses. The company supplies linens by Splendorcale, Sweet Dreams, Flair, and Mystique to wholesalers and distributors. Ruckel Manufacturing also accepts custom orders, and will adhere to any size, material, or finish needed.
Network Plus 25 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Network Plus specializes in placement services for individuals in the healthcare industry. Positions filled include…More nurses, technicians and physical therapists, to name a few.
Best Medical Wear 21 Hall St, Brooklyn, NY11205 Best Medical Wear is a manufacturer of uniforms for medical staff. It makes and wholesales scrubs and lab coats in many…More colors, designs and fashionable styles for physicians, nurses and medical support personnel. The sizes range from XS up to 5X, and labcoats run from jacket styles to trench coat lengths. The company has been in operation for since 1997.
WIC North Brooklyn Health Network at Cumberland 100 N Portland Ave, Brooklyn, NY11205 The WIC Cumberland Center is a satellite location of Woodhull Hospital. WIC (Women, Infants and Children) is a…More supplemental food program for pregnant women, nursing mothers and infants through toddlers that empowers them to eat nutritiously. This is accomplished via a two-fold approach -- through vouchers that can be redeemed for pre-approved food at local supermarkets and by a comprehensive health and nutritional information plan that outlines and encourages smarter food choices. The WIC program ends for the individual when the eligible child turns 5.