Hospice Safety During the COVID-19 Crisis

How hospice helps during the coronavirus pandemic.

hospice telehealth

How hospice helps during the coronavirus pandemic.

Many of us are experiencing new challenges and obstacles in our daily lives, yet Compassus remains steadfast in our support for you, your family and our communities.


In many ways, hospice care has always enabled patients to live safely in the place they call home. Hospice nurses and staff have special training to reduce the risk of infections. They help patients and family members stay out of the hospital and live with greater independence.

Safe face-to-face care when needed

face-to-face care is still important

Safe face-to-face care when needed

We continue to provide in-person care with extraordinary safety precautions, allowing for expert symptom management and ensuring our patients’ care plans are carried out as promised.

Taking extraordinary safety precautions

COVID precautions

Taking extraordinary safety precautions

Quality hospice care puts safety first. Our team wears proper protection and vigilantly follows all safety guidelines to greatly minimize the risk of exposure to patients and families.

Medication safety

medication safety

Medication safety

Our Right Meds, Right Time approach eliminates unnecessary medications to keep patients safe and comfortable.

Avoiding falls and injuries

preventing falls and injury

Avoiding falls and injuries

We are trained to evaluate the home environment to remove dangers and keep patients safe. This leads to fewer ER visits and hospital stays.

Maintaining proper hygiene

Hospice hygiene at home

Maintaining proper hygiene

Managing personal care helps keep patients safe and at home. Our clinicians are trained to stay on top of it.

Telehealth

Telehealth

Telehealth

During the COVID-19 crisis, telehealth helps us address patient issues quickly, improves quality of life and helps keep patients and families safe.