St. Bernardine Care Providers

St. Bernadine Care Providers Inc. is a leader in the delivery of home health care services to patients in San Bernardino county. Our Highly skilled home care professionals provide a variety of medical services designed to help people return to good health and independence.

Our nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, medical social workers, registered dietitians and certified home health aides work closely with physicians and hospitals to make sure each patient receives the care they need.


  • Medicare and Medicaid certified
  • Accredited by the Joint Commission – considered the gold standard for quality care
  • Licensed in California
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Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses evaluate, assess patients medical needs and render treatment, instruction and teaching in accordance with the Plan of Care, which is duly approved by the attending physician. Medical Social Worker will assess your psychosocial needs and long term planning goals.

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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapists will establish a therapy plan that will help that will help patients achieve maximum independence with their daily living and minimize joint and muscular pain.

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Speech & Language

Speech and Language pathologists will assess, diagnose, and treat those individuals with speech and language difficulty, problems swallowing and cognitive-communication disorders.

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Home Aide

Certified Home Health Aide will assist in daily activities such as grooming, bathing, hygiene, nutrition intake, and light housekeeping. Registered Dietitians will asses your nutritional needs

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