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Hospice is a medically directed interdisciplinary program of health care and services designated to meet the special needs of Patients and their loved ones, when a patient is diagnosed with a terminal illness of which all curative measures has been exhausted and comfort and palliative care is desired.

More about Hospice

Can Hospice make a Difference?

The goal of hospice is to provide palliative care. We help our clients achieve physical, emotional and spiritual comfort while encouraging autonomy and dignity as possible. The end of life process requires support for all involved including family and loved ones. We are here for you.

Who Pays for Hospice?

Health Care Insurance
Private funds


How is Hospice Care Started?

The attending physicians, patients, family members, friends, clergy, social workers, discharge planners or any person concerned with the patient’s well-being can make a referral. All we need is an order from the primary care physician and we will start the process of determining the eligibility.

Who is Eligible for Hospice Care?

Anyone that has a life limiting illness and a life expectancy of 6 months or less if the disease follows its normal course is eligible for hospice care. The patient or the representative chooses comfort care instead of curative or aggressive treatment, which is no longer effective or desired. 

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