Hospice Care is not a place, but an overall approach to living well through end-of-life care. If you or a loved one have chosen care and comfort with a life-limiting illness, we focus on helping you live well and with dignity to make every day count. With care designed to improve the quality of your life wherever you call home – your house, assisted living center or nursing home – our team approach brings compassionate symptom control, pain management, social, emotional and spiritual support to you and your family.
– Dame Cicely Saunders, Founder of the first hospice
Patients and their families are at the focus and center of the care we provide. The philosophy of hospice is to recognize that quality of life, peace, and comfort at the end of life should be the focus when curing a patient’s disease is no longer possible. Our hospice team helps people with life-limiting illness live their
final months pain-free and with dignity.
Your care needs are unique. The care of each person varies. You and your family decide how often and what type of services will help you feel most comfortable, while staying true to your values.
To support you and your family, our hospice team works to:
You may receive care at your place of residence (including your private residence, nursing home, or residential facility). An interdisciplinary team of professionals is responsible for the care of each hospice patient, including Registered Nurses, Medical Social Worker, Hospice Medical Director, Spiritual Counselor, Certified Nursing Aides, and trained Hospice volunteers.
To schedule a hospice assessment or answer any questions, please complete the form below. We will follow up soon to schedule the best day and time for you.
Alternately, you can call our office at 435-716-8541. Our hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm.
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