Hospice Truths

A patient is eligible for hospice care if their physician estimates that have six months or less to live. 
We serve patients with cancer, kidney disease, Parkinson’s, ALS, multiple sclerosis, liver disease, HIV/AIDS, Alzheimer’s, dementia and many other conditions.

Hospice care enhances a patient’s quality of life and relieves the stress placed on families and caretakers. Almost all Hospice families say they wish they had called Hospice sooner so they could have enjoyed their time more. 
We serve patients of any age, from children to the elderly. Hospice patients receive regular visits from a caring team of professionals and volunteers who work with your doctors, spiritual advisers and family.

Hospice medical personnel, doctors and nurses, will work with your doctor on all aspects of care. Hospice serves not only the patient; we serve families and loved ones with the support they need.

Hospice does not leave you housebound. If you want to travel, go to a family gathering, attend a social event or just accomplish some everyday errands and tasks, we’ll help make it happen.

Your wishes guide the hospice team in developing your personal care plan. Your decisions are their directions. 
Hospice serves people of all faiths, religious backgrounds and beliefs. 
We’ll help you in your home, a nursing facility, a hospital or wherever you are.
Hospice affirms and enhances life as long as life lasts, neither hastening nor postponing death.
Most health insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid, have hospice coverage. No one is denied Hospice services because of inability to pay.