We respect your right to your choice in choosing your provider
Hospice provides palliative care to patients through:
- Hospice Physician visits you and over-sees your plan of care. 24-hour a day emergency medical visits available, 7 days a week.
- Regular nursing visits for pain and symptom management. Nurses also provide teaching and support for the patient and caregiver. 24- hour a day emergency nursing visits available, 7 days a week.
- Social workers assist patients and families with emotional, economic and psychosocial concerns and findings related resources in the community. They are also available to help the patient and family in funeral planning.
- A denominational chaplain/ spiritual counselor is available to patients and their families who desire spiritual support. The Chaplain will also assist you in contacting local clergy or other spiritual contacts at your request.
- Experienced, certified hospice aids provide personal patient care including bathing, dressing, feeding, hair and nail care, changing patients bed linens and other personal assistance.
- Compassionate, trained volunteers offer companionship and practical support such as running errands, home visits, reading with patients, and much more.
- Specialized bereavement counselors provide support to patients, and to their families for up to one year after the death of a loved one.
- Durable medical equipment, supplies, medications related to the terminal diagnosis and more are covered by Hospice
ALL IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME.