Benefits Of NYHC

Compassionate Care, Empowered Lives

Benefits Of NYHC

NYHC offers a range of distinctive benefits that set us apart as a premier healthcare provider. When you choose NYHC, you’re not just accessing healthcare services; you’re entering into a partnership that places your well-being at the forefront.

We offer a holistic array of healthcare services, ensuring that all your needs can be met under one roof. From senior care to nursing care and specialized programs like CDPAP, NYHC provides a complete solution for your health.

Our team is composed of highly skilled and compassionate healthcare professionals who are deeply committed to delivering the highest quality care. Their expertise and dedication form the foundation of our exceptional services.




Supportive Team

Competitive Compensation


Community Impact

Benefits Of NYHC

Compassionate Professional

Our dedicated healthcare team treats you like family, providing expert care alongside emotional support and understanding.

Empowered Independence

We empower you to maintain your independence while receiving the care you need, allowing you to lead a fulfilling life on your terms.


With personalized care plans, we ensure that the services you receive align perfectly with your specific needs, fostering a customized and effective care experience.

Community Engagement

By choosing NYHC, you become part of a collective effort that contributes positively to the health and vitality of the community, making a meaningful impact beyond individual care.

What Our Clients Say About Us

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, as a consumer you will not have to pay for CDPAP services. CDPAP is a New York State Medicaid sponsored program, and upon approval you will not need to pay for services.

Yes, our pediatric nurses are highly trained and experienced in managing various medical conditions in children, from common illnesses to chronic health issues.

No, there are no specific prerequisites required to get enrolled in NYHC’s PCA training program. Anyone passionate about caregiving can join this and start a rewarding career.

Yes, your loved ones, including family members (except your spouse) or friends, can assist you as a CDPAP caregiver. However, to start working with you, the designated caregiver must meet all CDPAP eligibility criteria, including qualification and basic training.

Yes, friends and family can generally be hired to become your Personal Assistant.

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