Unique Home Health Care
16 years in business121 Station St P O Box 475
Duncan, BC V9L 3X8
Additional Phone Numbers
- (250) 715-1711
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BBB File Opened: 20/07/2005
Business Started: 01/03/2001
Type of EntitySole Proprietorship
- Principal: Marsha Todd, Owner
- Home Health Services
- Pet Sitting Services
- Pet Day Care
- Dog Daycare
- Transportation Services
- Child Care - In Home
- Day Care - Adults
- Home Health Services - Skilled
- House Cleaning
- Mental Health Services
- Retirement & Life Care Communities & Homes
- Alzheimer Care, Information & Treatment
- Shopping Service - Personal
- Travel Escorts
- Health & Medical - General
- Health Care - Placement
- Health Care Management
- Health Care Referral
- Occupational Health - Nursing Services
- Health Care - Staffing
- In-Home Care
- Caregivers Resources
- Elderly/Senior Specialty Services
- Senior Home Care
- Senior Housing/Living
- Senior Care Information and Resources
- Marsha Todd is the owner of Unique Home Health Care. The company acts as a contractor to provide health services according to the specific needs of their clients.
Products & ServicesApproved provider of nursing and support services by Veteran Affairs Canada
Service AreaServing Ladysmith, Chemainus, Crofton, Lake Cowichan, Duncan, Cowichan Bay, Cobble Hill, Shawnigan and Mill Bay.
Alternate Business Names
- Cowichan Home Care Resource Centre
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