Your Care Team
There for the journey.
- Hospice Physicians oversee patients’ plans of care and communicate with their primary care doctors.
- Registered Nurses coordinate and provide clinical care and education to patients and families.
- Hospice Aides assist with patients’ personal cares and provide caregivers a respite.
- Social Workers identify community resources for additional support.
- Dieticians help patients obtain the best nutrition possible in the context of their illness.
- Music Therapists perform music with personal meaning to provide peace, relaxation and joy.
- Massage Therapists offer patients the natural benefits of physical touch.
- Physical, occupational and speech therapists help patients maintain functional abilities and offer strategies for pain control.
- Chaplains support the personal beliefs and spirituality of each individual.
- Bereavement Counselors provide grief support to families for up to 13 months after a loved one’s death.
Who Is Eligible
Anyone with a terminal diagnosis of six months or less.
Benefits of Hospice
Comprehensive support for both patients and families.
Hospice is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurers.
Comfort of Home
Care wherever patients call home, including a private residence, assisted living facility or nursing home.
Added support for families when they need it the most.
InTouch Family Connection Program
Keeping patients and loved ones connected, even when they are apart.Learn More
Grief support for up to 13 months after the death of a loved one.Learn More
Voyage Vigil Program
Increased caregiver presence at the bedside at the end of life.Learn More
Advance Care Planning
Make important decisions about the medical care you want to receive.Learn More
Family Hospice Guide
Whether you’re considering hospice for yourself or a loved one, making that decision comes with many questions.Download Free Guide