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What People Are Saying

  • "After my surgery, I requested nursing services from Nurse Registry to help me get through the first few days of my recovery. The nurses who took care of me were professional, competent, friendly and above all compassionate. They kept my post-surgical pain and swelling under control while providing excellent nursing care.  It was very reassuring to know that a qualified nurse was right there if I needed anything. I believe that having a nurse within my home really facilitated the recovery process and I would highly recommend Nurse Registry." - E.R.

  • "Sometimes it is difficult to put into words how grateful we are to receive the extraordinary care for our father from the nurses provided by your company. Our Dad, who is 87 years old, is not an easy person to deal with especially with all his medical complications. But your nurses have shown immense patience, understanding and compassion that no one else could show or even possess. We sincerely thank you for making our Dad smile again, which we thought would never happen. It only confirms the fact that you provide only the best staff that are reliable and trustworthy. We would definitely recommend you to others." - Kyle and Kelly P., San Francisco, CA

  • "On Saturday afternoon I got a call saying two of our nurses came down with the flu and would be out sick on Sunday. We are already understaffed on Sundays and I couldn't afford to lose two nurses, so I went onto and within about five minutes I had two replacement nurses for the next day. They were reat with our Alzheimer's patients, and very pleasant about staying an extra two days until our regulars came back." - Susan B., San Jose, CA