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Comfort for Patients and Families When They Need it Most

Our hospice patients receive the highest level of care from a team of professionals trained in end-of-life care, pain management and symptom management. We provide patients and their loved ones with the assurance that they will be attended to with compassion, dignity and hope. Hospice services can be provided in your home, a nursing home, assisted living facility, or in a hospital.

Patients and their Caregivers Direct the Care

Our highly experienced, empathetic hospice care teams maintain a sensitive, nurturing atmosphere mindful of the dignity of each patient and family.
Personalized hospice care plans can include:

  • Caregiver training and support
  • Home delivery of medical equipment, supplies and medication
  • Inpatient hospice facility for a short-term increased level of care
  • Ongoing grief support
  • Pain management
  • Physician medication review
  • Scheduled visits and 24-hour phone support by nurses specifically trained in hospice
  • 24 hour Crisis Care for patients with acute symptoms (or for patients meeting eligibility)
  • Access to registered nurses 24/7

Is Hospice the Right Choice?

Many patients and families are not aware of how soon they can begin benefiting from the full range of hospice services and often tell us: “I wish I had started hospice sooner.” Expert symptom management and emotional support mean patients and families can experience less stress, less pain and more quality time spent with their loved ones.

If you’re considering hospice care for a family member, let us extend our hand to help. We are available to talk 24 hours a day, seven-days-a-week.

Meet Our Hospice Team

The hospice team is guided by the highest ethical principles, while expertly caring for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and their families facing an incurable illness.