Orange County

2401 E. Katella Ave
Suite 440
Anaheim, CA 92806
Directions
Phone Number
714-577-9656
Fax Number
714-902-6721

Primary Services:

Hospice Care Palliative Care

Counties Served:

Orange County, San Bernardino
Hospice nurse

Hospice and Palliative Care in Orange County since 1993

We know that choosing hospice or palliative care can be a difficult decision. Talk with your family, your doctors, and others you trust. If you have questions, call us for information or just to talk about hospice or palliative care options.

Hospice benefits include:

  • Doctor-directed care available 24/7
  • Medical equipment, medication and personal care supplies
  • Pain and symptom control centered on your goals
  • Respite care (relief) for family caregivers
  • Home health aides and volunteer services
  • Medical social services
  • Optional spiritual care and support
  • Ongoing grief support
  • Care provided wherever you call home, whether it be a hospital, nursing home, assisted living or your personal residence
hospice for mother

Hospice is a fully covered Medicare benefit.

Coverage includes nurses, other caregivers, medicines, supplies and equipment, with no out-of-pocket expenses for the hospice diagnosis.


Call us at 931-208-4651

Palliative care

Palliative care

Palliative care helps people with a serious illness feel better; physically, emotionally and spiritually. It focuses improving quality of life at any stage of an illness.


An example is managing pain that may arise with an illness. Because people deal with pain differently, we listen to patients, family members and doctors to manage pain at the right level and at the right time.


Care includes


  • Managing pain and other symptoms to your desired level
  • Medical support for shortness of breath
  • Help with fatigue and sleep problems
  • Managing constipation
  • Managing nausea or loss of appetite
  • Reducing anxiety and depression
  • Medical social services
  • Spiritual care


Palliative care can begin as soon as someone is diagnosed with an illness. It does not signal that a person has given up hope for recovery or a cure.