Bill Nichols State Veterans Home

Bill Nichols State Veterans Home

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(256) 329-0868

1801 Elkahatchee Road

Alexander City
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AL
35010

Bill Nichols State Veterans Home is a business providing services in the field of Nurses. Bill Nichols State Veterans Home is located in Alexander City, AL on 1801 Elkahatchee Road.

Bill Nichols State Veterans Home telephone number is (256) 329-0868.

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Helpful Tip for: Nurses


 Nurses, in Alexander City, are licensed health care professionals with medical training to assist doctors in treatment and surgical procedures in hospitals and clinics. They provide expert services to the sick and recuperating, and offer preventive health education to patients and their families. They are also actively involved with patient advocacy programs.  








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