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Our Services

We take our roles in our patients' and families' lives very seriously

Once admitted the patient will be assigned a registered nurse that will: visit patient weekly and as needed, report crucial medical information to their physician, handle medication orders/refills and provide education/instruction to families. In fact, the patient and their family will have someone to call for urgent matters or questions anytime day or night. A certified nursing assistant (aid) is offered to assist with personal care like bathing and dressing; even if the patient resides in a nursing home.

Patient & Family Concerns:

  • We provide help with the process of caregiving and grief
  • A social worker is accessible for help with any need such as counseling, financial strain, power of attorney and other resources
  • A qualified chaplain will provide support and counsel in a spiritually professional manner
  • Our volunteers are trained to offer assistance with visitation, caregiver relief and household tasks
  • Hospice will provide medical supplies and medication related to the patient’s hospice diagnosis. This might include: incontinence supplies, catheters, tube feeding, hospital bed, wheelchair, etc
  • Hospice care is paid for by Medicare Part A, Medicaid, Private Insurance, and Veteran’s (VA) Benefit