Our Care Centers are Open and Accepting Patients

July 1, 2020 | by Cbuchanan

Hospice of Hope is proud to serve our communities by offering quality end-of-life care in patients' homes, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and our two inpatient centers. During this global pandemic, Hospice of Hope has remained open, fully staffed, and most importantly safe. Both are center locations have had to revise their visitation policy and are staffed with fully trained nurses, aids, physicians, and volunteers to make sure our patients receive safe and exceptional care during their stay at one of our dedicated facilities.

The Hospice of Hope Care Center, located in Maysville, Kentucky, is designed for short-term care to manage acute symptoms, to adjust medications and treatment plans, and to provide pain control. The Care Center may be used when a patient requires medical attention that cannot be managed in a home setting or when a patient who is approaching death has chosen to spend his or her final days at the center. The Care Center also offers respite care to relieve caregivers on a temporary basis.

The Hospice of Hope Ohio Valley Inpatient Center, located in Seaman, Ohio, is conveniently located on the second floor of the Adams County Regional Medical Center. It also has the same scope as the Care Center in Maysville and offers five private suites that are furnished and decorated to provide a comfortable and home-like setting for patients and their families. There is also a community room for additional comfort for family visitors.

Whether it’s caregiver relief, short-term care to manage acute symptoms, a respite stay, or general pain control, our care centers can provide the very best care possible.

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