We provide durable medical equipment such as hospital beds, wheel chairs, oxygen - concentrators and portable tanks.
A member of our care team is available 24 hours a day in case of an emergency.
Your care team of nurses, social workers, chaplains, aides, your PCP, and our medical director provides medical and nursing care, social services, counseling, spiritual care, bereavement and personal care.
Most common level of care where the patient receives care at home. The patient may be transferred to an inpatient facility for pain and symptom management if necessary.
Additional care provided by a hospice nurse or aide to manage acute medical symptoms. The patient receives care in their home.
Care provided for patients in an inpatient facility when symptoms can not be managed in their home environment.
Designed to give the primary caregiver a short period of rest by allowing the patient to receive care in an approved facility.
Provided to family members up to thirteen months after the death of the patient.