What Services Do We Provide?
- Medications used to relieve symptoms, medical supplies and equipment all delivered to where the patient lives.
- Comprehensive comfort care, including palliative radiation and chemotherapy.
- Hospice Team support available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.
- Highly skilled nursing care with an emphasis on symptom management and end-of-life care.
- Personal care such as bathing, dressing, feeding or light household duties by Hospice Aides.
- Licensed Social Workers offer emotional support and assistance with financial and legal concerns to both the patient and family.
- Spiritual support by non-denominational Chaplains.
- Bereavement and follow-up support for 15 months after the death, and longer if needed.
- Companionship, transportation, taking care of small errands, or more importantly "just being there" are just a few of the services provided by our caring Volunteers.
- Respite care when the caregiver needs relief.
- Care is provided in a variety of locations, including patient's residence, area hospitals, long-term long-term care facilities, or our Inpatient Center.
- Short-term inpatient care for more severe symptoms.
- Admissions Team for prompt response to referrals.
- Specialized Nursing Home Team.
- Community Grief Services open and free of charge to anyone in the community who has suffered a loss, not just those served by Hospice of Hope.
- In-house Pharmacy / Pharmacist adding experience and expertise in pain and symptom management.
Hospice of Hope is a non-profit, community-based organization serving patients with a life-limiting illness and their families. Our team of professionals has additional education and
skills in hospice care. They will work with your doctor to make sure you get the best care possible.
The staff assigned to care for you may include a hospice physician, nurse, social worker, chaplain, hospice aide, and pharmacist. We also have volunteers in each community available to
supplement our care, based on your needs. Hospice care includes: