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Zero-deficiency survey rating for Martha & Mary

POULSBO — Martha & Mary AT HOME was recently surveyed by the state Department of Health and found to have “zero deficiencies” in its home care operations.

“This achievement is the result of the hard work from an outstanding team of caregivers and staff that provide excellent, personal care to our clients,” said Randy Hardin, administrator of Martha & Mary AT HOME.

“These results reflect careful and consistent attention to quality and professional practices in caring for our clients. Furthermore, it reinforces our commitment to serve seniors by helping them remain independent in the comfort and security of their own home.”

Martha & Mary AT HOME (www.marthaandmary.org/AtHome) provides home care and care management services to seniors and adults in the West Sound region. AT HOME is part of a family of services at Martha & Mary, which has served the Kitsap Peninsula for more than 120 years.

 

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