Our Care Giving Team consists of concerned, highly skilled professionals delivering competent, compassionate care and committed to our patient and families with excellence.
Works as part of the hospice team and remains the patient’s primary physician.
Leads the hospice team in developing a plan of care for the patient. Certifies prognosis of attending physician and provides consultations to physician.
Regularly visits on scheduled times and evaluates patient’s condition, coordinates plan of care and teaches the family about proper care, use of medication and pain management.
Provides counseling and assesses social service needs of the patient and family. Assists in coping with anxiety, fear, stress, family conflicts, financial needs, depression and concerns about death.
Providing routine, personal healthcare, such as bathing, dressing, or grooming patients on scheduled times.
We have a non-denominational Chaplain who initially contacts each patient and his or her family to assess and provide spiritual needs. Serves as a liaison to the clergy of their choice and provides assistance with funeral memorial preparations.
Conduct non-medical, friendly visits. Provide emotional support, encouragement and respite to patients and their families.
Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Nutritional Counseling shall be provided if necessary.