Our physicians and nurses are specialists in providing comfort, relieving the pain, symptoms, stress and discomfort of serious illness. We also take the time to keep you informed of your loved one’s condition.
Routine hospice care
Routine home care includes scheduled visits from a registered nurse (RN) for medical care and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) for personal care assistance. If your care plan includes other types of services, such as spiritual care or music therapy, additional appointments will be scheduled.
Adjusting to change
As your loved one’s health declines and his or her care needs change, we will be here for you: helping you understand what is happening, answering all of your questions and guiding you through decisions that need to be made related to medical care, equipment and medication.
If symptoms become unstable and cannot be managed at home, we will bring your loved one to one of our inpatient care centers for short-term acute care.
Your loved one can also be treated for acute care at home if symptoms can be stabilized. Nurses will be assigned to care for him or her in the home as needed during these crises.