About Us


PCI Home Care Group, Inc. was established in 1997 and is a privately held family corporation based in the New York area. An experienced professional registered nurse oversees the company’s operations in collaboration with a hands-on management team.

The rising and often exorbitant costs of health care, lack of competent and compassionate caregivers, an increasingly aging population and nursing shortage led to PCI Home Care Group’s decision to join the New York area’s health care community in 1997. PCI knew it had the passion and focused vision to make a real-life difference by assisting patients in their response to illness, disability, and loss in a compassionate and friendly way in the comfort and privacy of their own homes—embodying “healing hands with a caring heart.”

Commitment to Excellence

Today, PCI continues to strive for excellence by providing the area’s best in-home care through its highly skilled and trained professionals. PCI continually evaluates its services to ensure practices are evidence-based and dynamic. We remain committed to promoting empowerment, advocacy, trust, and respect for both the client & caregiver. Our people-friendly and experienced staff, multi-cultural and multi-age competence and awareness training, mentorship program, flexibility, innovation, and value-oriented approach make PCI Home Care Group, Inc. the New York area’s premier in-home care provider.

Meeting Clients’ Needs

Our clients represent the individuality and diversity of the New York area. PCI honors that diversity by providing services that meet the unique needs of our clients. We start by assessing the client’s clinical status then collaborate with the physician, our client, and their families to develop an individualized plan of care. We continue to meet their changing needs by ongoing evaluation and maintaining communication with our health care providers, clients and their families.

Non-Discrimination Policy

PCI Home Care Group, Inc. promotes equality in providing services and employment. In observance of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, services, programs and or benefits shall be equally provided without regard for religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, color, race, age, or ethnic background.