The Tri-Borough Home Care Mission

To achieve excellence in home care services through demonstrated competence, caring and concern for the needs of our patients. Every employee is critical to contribute meaningfully to our efforts and respect the dignity and individuality of all persons.

Tri-Borough Home Care is licensed by New York State to provide home health care services in Brooklyn, Bronx, New York City, Queens and Staten Island. We are a patient centered Organization whose purpose is to serve the homebound population with a high level of professional and supervised care. Our patient’s care is managed by providing complete and comprehensive home therapy.

We are committed to serving the New York community with a high quality of personal health care services in the home. Our professional and para-professional staffs are screened and carefully referred to provide services with a personal touch. Our staffs of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Personal Care Aides, Home Health Aides, Companions, Sleep-in Aides-all function as a coordinated body, and all are involved in the plan of care.

At Tri-Borough Home Care the patient is our paramount concern. It is our constant focus to keep our health care team informed and updated on the latest technology and procedures by providing frequent in-service education. Our highly skilled, multilingual staffs of administrators are duly qualified professionals. We offer seven (7) days per week, twenty four (24) hours on-call service with an active list of employees.

Creating a warm, caring environment is an essential ingredient in the expedient recovery of our patients. Our staff understands an important facet of the agency philosophy is to teach another caregiver or the patient to perform the tasks that agency staff is performing so that the agency can decrease and eventually cease service. We are committed to preserving the patient in the home and including the entire family in the patient’s therapy by way of educating family members in the nature of the patient’s illness and specific needs.