In-home healthcare services for Winchester, MA and surrounding communities

In-home healthcare covers a wide range of services and care, from companions and homemakers to personal care aides and nurses. We are a full-service, private, licensed home health care agency. All home care and services we offer in Winchester, MA and surrounding communities are provided by employees of Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc..

Every caregiver is carefully screened, licensed, bonded, insured and supervised by our registered nurses. Every client receives a careful assessment by one of our registered nurse case managers to develop an individualized plan of care.

Services provided:

  • Companions
  • Personal Care
  • Certified Home Health Aides
  • Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care
  • Safety Supervision
  • Medication Assistance
  • Homemakers, Light Housekeeping
  • Errands , Grocery Shopping & Meal Preparation
  • Medical Appointment Assistance
  • Respite Care
  • Nursing/Case Management
  • Overnight Care
  • 24-hour Care
  • Live-In Care
  • Short-Term/Long-Term Care

How to arrange for services:

Call 781-643-9115, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm

  • All calls for service will be addressed the same day they are received
  • A registered nurse is available to complete a free assessment for home care within 24 hours of the intake
  • Services can begin within 24 hours of the intake

Service Area

Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. is a family-owned local home healthcare provider in Winchester, MA and surrounding communities; our services are available in the following locales:

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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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