Our experience teaches us that listening is the first step to providing exceptional hospice care. When we understand your unique needs, you receive personal and compassionate support.

Medical services and support include:

Medical services and support include:

  • Doctor-directed care
  • Care is coordinated with your doctors
  • Managing pain and other symptoms to your priorities
  • Nursing care from hospice-trained RNs
  • Hospice aides to help with the tasks of daily living
  • Medications related to the hospice diagnosis
  • Home medical equipment, including hospital bed, oxygen, chairs and more
  • Personal care supplies related to the hospice diagnosis
  • Short-term inpatient care, also called respite care for family caregivers
  • Continuous care during crisis periods
  • Physical, occupational, dietary, speech and respiratory therapies

Role of the hospice chaplain

“My job is to listen, counsel and help patients feel safe. I let them know they matter," said hospice chaplain Dennis Zimmerman. 

Role of the hospice social worker

When patients or families choose hospice, it's the social worker who steps in to be their advocate, adviser, comforter and guide.

Practical, Emotional and Spiritual Support

Patients and families coping with advanced illnesses need emotional, psychological and spiritual support from experienced professionals, including:

  • 24/7 access to care
  • Medical social worker to help navigate the medical system
  • Help with transitions
  • Crisis counseling
  • Spiritual care and support
  • Pre-bereavement counseling and ongoing grief support
  • Trained volunteers
  • Some locations offer music therapy, pet therapy and more.

Care is provided wherever you call home, whether it be a hospital, nursing home, assisted living or your personal residence.