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We Provide:
  • Hospice nurses, social workers, chaplains, home health aides and volunteer visits to the patient at their residence.
  • An on-call hospice nurse, 24-hours a day.
  • Medications for pain and symptom management related to the terminal illness.
  • Durable medical equipment and supplies.
  • Counseling and spiritual support for the patient and family.
  • Respite care for the caregiver.
  • Anticipatory grief support for all family, friends and loved ones.

How do I qualify for services?

All patients with a life-limiting or terminal illness qualify for services if:

  • Their primary care physician certifies a prognosis (or life expectancy) of 6 months or less.
  • They have completed and are no longer receiving curative therapies or treatments.

Where is Care Provided?

Care may be provided in the home, a skilled nursing facility, or residential care home (assisted living facility).

What is the Cost of Care?

Care is generally covered under one of the following: Medicare hospice benefit, most insurance plans (HMO/PPO/Private) and other managed care organizations.

Purpose Statement:

Commitment to what is right for patients and caregivers.

Upholding an open spirit and treating everyone with honor and kindness.

Belief that life is sacred and that each person deserves the dignity of a pain free natural death.

Adhering to the management methods of Jesus Christ (moral, ethical, righteousness).

A team that bases care on prayer, commitment and thoughtful conversation always exhibiting patience, honor and kindness.

Demonstrating a commitment to a culture in which care comes first.

Commitment to care, quality, compliance and reason at-all-times.

Hospice Services