Brooklyn (Kings County) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The Brooklyn (Kings County) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (BHCC) has been a trustworthy partner in Brooklyn in helping the small business community in becoming successful business owners.
BHCC’s services (include but are not limited to): The Business Incubator Program, which assists aspiring entrepreneurs in getting started by providing extensive and thorough education to those who wish to become small business owners; processing loans as Technical Assistance Providers for the US Small Business Administration (SBA); assisting with Minority-and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) certification as an affiliate for the NYC Department of Small Business Services and hosting Educational/Networking seminars for new/existing business owners.
2359 86th Street, 2nd Floor Brooklyn, New York 11214 718-714-7146 Email: Brooklynhcc@aol.com
"Obamacare, What it means to Individuals
and Small Business"
*To learn more about or receive help on health insurance options for individuals and small businesses on the “New York State of Health:
Official Health Plan Marketplace” please call our In-Person Assistor/Navigator at 718-714-7146 or come in to see us at 2359 86th Street, 2nd Floor.*
Choosing Home Care in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island and any other area in New York is a highly difficult choice. Its a very competitive field with a lot to consider. There are many agencies throughout the city and though all are in the business of helping others, as with anything in life not all things are created equal. At Summit we believe we do not have competition. Our agency was founded by a Registered Nurse working in the Home care field long before becoming a C.E.O. No other agency we have come across thus far has been able to claim the same. We believe that sets us apart as an agency which genuinely cares about the well-being of our patients before the bottom line. When enlisting the services of a new employee whether it's a new home health aide or a Nurse going into the field the question often asked by our coordinators is “You know me and you know my mother… would you send this person to take care of her?”
Simple question, yet it hits at the core truth about what's important to families when choosing Home care for their loved ones.