Hospice care may be an option if you or your loved one has a terminal illness. Hospice care focuses to support the highest quality of life possible for the time left. This isn’t just for people who have cancer, others may have heart disease, dementia, kidney failure, or COPD. Hospice has shown results to make people live longer and better. Enrolling in hospice care can make you and your loved one develop a strong relationship with the staff, who will help and support you.

A team of health care professionals and volunteers provide hospice care. They give medical, psychological, and spiritual support

Our medical specialists care about you & your family’s health

Hospice care for the most part is provided at home, with a member of the family supporting. Hospice care is also available in assisted living facilities, hospitals and nursing homes. This service is provided by a team of health professionals as well as volunteers. The team consists of the physician, nurses, home health aides, spiritual counselors, social workers, volunteers, and therapists.

During the last stages of terminal illness many feel like they lost control and don’t know what to do. Hospice care can show you options that you can take to improve your loved ones life and support. Having these options can give you back control. Knowing that you are making a difference and helping your loved one’s on the last stages of their life is important.