About Us

Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is a family-owned, private in-home health care agency committed to treating each and every client as if he or she were one of the family.

Managed by five sisters, Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is dedicated to safely keeping clients in their own homes as long as possible to maintain their health, happiness, and well-being. We work for clients who:

  • Feel strongly about staying in their homes, but need some help
  • Seek assistance ranging from periodic companionship to 24-hour in-home care
  • Respond well to personable, considerate, and respectful attention
  • Need help with day-to-day activities such as personal care, housekeeping, accompaniment to appointments, and running errands
  • Require help that goes beyond what is covered by private insurance and Medicare/Medicaid

We understand how hard it is for clients, their families, and caregivers to cope with illness, aging, and end-of life issues. We work hard every day to make life better for people in need.

We are always working for you.


Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is licensed by The Commonwealth of Massachusetts – Department of Labor Standards, Employment Agency Program

Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is proud to be a member of the Cambridge/Somerville Alzheimer’s Partnership.

Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is certified by the State of Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Office as a Woman Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) http://www.mass.gov/sdo


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Our Location

297 Broadway
Suite 222
Arlington, MA 02474

Get in Touch

Phone: 781-643-9115
Fax: 781-643-3522
Or send us an Email

We offer our services by the hour, day, or week.

These professional services can be delivered to you or your loved one in the:

  • Home
  • Assisted living facility
  • Rehabilitation center
  • Nursing home
  • Hospital

We are an approved provider of home care for:

  • Long-term care insurers
  • Area hospice organizations
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts/Executive Office of Elder Affairs

We accept payment through:

  • Private health insurance
  • Long-term care insurance
  • Workers compensation insurance
  • Veteran’s benefits
  • Private pay

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