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The four levels of Hospice care.

It's important to note that the level of care can change based on the patient's condition and needs, and hospice teams work closely with patients and their families to determine the most appropriate level of care at any given time.

There are four levels of hospice care defined by Medicare:

  1. Routine Home Care

  2.  Respite Care

  3.  In-Patient Care

  4. Continuous Critical Care


 

Our Services.

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Pain and Symptom Management

Pain and symptom management focuses on providing comprehensive care and interventions to alleviate physical and emotional discomfort, ensuring optimal comfort and quality of life for patients nearing the end of life.

Skilled Nursing Visits

Our team of experienced and skilled nurses are scheduled to visit weekly to ensure our patients receive the highest quality of care.

Palliative Care

Palliative care focuses on improving the quality of life for our patients facing serious illnesses. We address the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of patients and their families.

Our goal is to provide the best quality of life possible in their last days and create a comforting and peaceful environment for both patients and their loved ones.

We are dedicated to providing holistic care to all of our patients, taking into consideration their physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.

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Pharmacist

Medications

All medications are reviewed and 

prescribed by our Physician before being delivered to your residence. 

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Monthly Supplies

Medical Equipment

We provide monthly supplies such as: 

  • Incontinent supplies

  • Personal Care

  • Wound Care

We provide medical equipment such as:

  • hospital beds

  •  wheelchairs, walkers

  •  oxygen equipment

Home Health Aide Assistance

Home health aides assist with personal hygienic care, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and more.

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Spiritual & Emotional Counseling

Our Spiritual Counselors offer spiritual care and support to patients and their families based on their individual beliefs and preferences.

Attentive Therapist

Social Services

Medical social workers  provide emotional support and counseling to patients and their families, while also assisting with care planning, resource coordination, and advocating for their needs within the healthcare system.

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Bereavement Support

Spiritual Counselors offer assistance and emotional support to family members after the death of a patient. They assist in navigating the grieving process and how to cope with their loss in a healthy way.

Dieticians ensure that patients receive appropriate nourishment tailored to their specific needs and goals, while also addressing any symptoms or challenges related to eating and nutrition.

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Dietary Counseling

Trained volunteers may provide companionship, run errands, offer respite for caregivers, or assist with practical tasks to support patients and their families.

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Volunteer Services

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