Hospice care is a holistic approach of care for a terminally ill patient. It is a selfless act by a family towards their loved one who has been diagnoses with a terminal illness or who has lived to a ripe age and is ready to transition into hospice care due to their advanced age. We provide a high quality of medical and spiritual care in a comfortable environment for our patient whether that be there home or a facility.
Transitioning info end-of-life care with a hospice company ensures the patient passes away in comfort and in their desired space. A lot of times family members believe the best place to receive end-of-life care is in a hospital surrounded by doctors and nurses. However, many patients that come to terms with their diagnosis prefer to spend their last few days/weeks/months in the comfort of their home surrounded by family.
This time is very sacred for the patient, their family, and their friends. It is time to bond with your loved one before they pass away. Hospice care gives the patient the right to pass away with dignity and without pain in the comfort of their home. If the patient chooses to receive care in a Board & Care or a facility, we will be more than happy to accommodate our patient wherever they prefer. We also provide emotional and spiritual support for our patient’s family members. We are there for the patient and their loved ones through every step of the way.
When your loved one is beyond cure and there are no further treatment measures they want to try, there is nothing more wholesome than to allow your loved one to pass away in their preferred way. Each person has their own personal preference. Many prefer care in the privacy and comfort of their own home. Other people would like to be in a Board & Care, nursing home, or other long-term facilities. When the patient and their family has made the decision that is right for them, our fully trained medical staff are prepared to provide end-of-life care treatment for the patient.
Hospice care is generally covered by:
Most patients have a family member or a friend who advocates for them. This patient is known as their Primary Care Giver. Once this individual speaks to the patient’s doctor and has established that there are no further treatment options or if the patient would no longer like to treat for the illness, the patient’s doctor will suggest hospice care. That is where we come in. We offer pain and symptom management for the patient assisting in their end-of-life care process.
Our staff will monitor and assess the patient on a constant and on-going basis, as requested by the primary caregiver or patient. Hospice staff is available on call on a 24/7 basis.