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Vineyard Haven : (508) 693-6184
The VNA, celebrating 25 years of service to the Island, provides a full complement of Home Care professionals who deliver customized health care for short term, long term and chronic illness through skilled nursing services, specialized & advanced care programs, home health aids, rehabilitation services, medical social work, private care services, and women's health network.
Oak Bluffs : (508) 693-0410 ext.247
The mission of Martha's Vineyard Hospital is to safeguard the health of Martha's Vineyard residents (year-round, seasonal and visitors) by providing or arranging for the provision of high-quality, accessible medical care. This care will be provided to all, regardless of their ability to pay, in an atmosphere that fosters respect and compassion.
Oak Bluffs : (508) 693-7900
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services’ mission is to enhance the lives of those it serves by meeting the comprehensive needs of individuals, families, and the community through a partnership of programs that provides accessible education and health and human services of the highest quality.
Newton : (617) 244-8560
Find peace of mind with Sostek Home Care, your personal homecare facilitators on Martha's Vineyard for live-in caregivers. Our care coordinators are on-call 24/7 to help arrange for professional, reliable and compassionate in-home private duty, live-in caregivers for your loved ones.
Oak Bluffs : (508) 696-6465
Windemere Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is the premier skilled nursing facility on the beautiful island of Martha's Vineyard.
No matter how simple or complex the need, Horizons can help provide comfort, safety, dignity and peace of mind for elders and their families.
Vineyard Haven : (508) 338-4232
Our office is committed to providing you with excellent patient care, sound hearing health recommendations and state-of-the art diagnostic testing and hearing aid technology. We want to provide you with a hearing health solution that gives you the very best of service, care and technology at a price you can afford. To this end, we have crafted a unique package of services.
The Martha's Vineyard Center for Living provides a variety of services, programs and activities for Islanders 55 and over (55+) through partnerships with the Town Councils on Aging (COAs) and other related organizations.
Martha's Vineyard Center for Living was established in 1973. The current name was adopted in 2009 to reflect a focus on living rather than aging.
The Center for Living is eligible for grants and funding not available to town government bodies such as the Councils on Aging. This eligibility allows us to provide island wide services that complement programs offered through the towns and other agencies serving 55+ Islanders.