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Capital City Nurses

8401 Connecticut Ave., Suite 1030

Chevy Chase



Capital City Nurses has been a prominent brand leader in home care for over five decades. The founder, a registered nurse, was a pioneer in anticipating the needs of a population navigating the challenge of aging in place gracefully. She created a service directed to address the needs of seniors and their families.

Today, the company still leads by setting industry standards in care, caregiver education and client/family services. Capital City Nurses has fully appreciated the Golden Rule of home care for over 40 years, providing the level of service that one would want for a grandparent, parent, spouse or loved one.

Company management realized early on that great care goes far beyond helping with activities of daily living. It is equally important to make personal connections with the clients and families, to match caregivers to their charges, and to make sure that those in Capital City Nurses’ care are enjoying life.

Capital City Nurses has always sought out the best caregivers. “We hire people who we’d want caring for our own moms and dads,” says Brian Rodgers, chief operating officer. He developed Capital City Nurses Caregiver Academy, an innovative program that emphasizes the engagement between nurses and clients by sharing unique ways to create stronger interactions and relationships, as well as improving clinical expertise.

Capital City Nurses continues to grow stronger and more connected through expansion into Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Delaware and through a recent merger with Care Advantage Inc., the mid-Atlantic’s largest privately owned home healthcare company. Partnering with a company that understands the value of sharing expertise and resources is a fitting step in Capital City Nurses’ continued pursuit of thought leadership in home care services.

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