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Woodbine Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center

2729 King St
Alexandria, VA 22302703-836-8838

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Mount Vernon Nursing Center

8111 Tis Well Dr
Alexandria, VA 22306703-360-4000

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Goodwin House Alexandria

4800 Fillmore Ave
Alexandria, VA 22311703-578-1000

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Washington House

5100 Fillmore Ave
Alexandria, VA 22311703-845-5100

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Envoy of Alexandria

900 Virginia Ave
Alexandria, VA 22302703-684-9100

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Hermitage in Northern VA

5000 Fairbanks Ave
Alexandria, VA 22311703-797-3800

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ManorCare Health Services Alexandria

1510 Collingwood Rd
Alexandria, VA 22308703-765-6107

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Consulate Management Company

900 Virginia Ave
Alexandria, VA 22302703-548-1372

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Hermitage Retirement Community

5000 Fairbanks Ave
Alexandria, VA 22311703-820-2434

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Lynn House-Potomac Valley

4400 W Braddock Rd
Alexandria, VA 22304703-573-5113

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