What is your Service Area?
We provide hospice care services in Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Orange County, and San Bernardino County.
How can I start services?
Hospice services is normally only provided to those with a life terminal illness or of old age. If your doctor has diagnosed you or your family member to have a life expectancy of 6 months or less, than we can start providing hospice care at home.
Who pays for hospice?
Hospice care is paid for by Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance plans, and HMOs. For those who cannot afford hospice care, they are usually given free care out of the donations facilities get from community contributions, memorial donations, and charitable foundations. We also have social workers who can work with you navigate through your resources to help you get the care that you need.
Where do you provide hospice care at?
Hospice at home works almost the same with being in a hospice facility where an inter-disciplinary team takes care of the patient’s physical concerns via pain management, and supports the emotional, spiritual, and even financial needs of the patient and the family.
How do I make an appointment?
You can call us at (877) 264-0896 and our phone representatives will be more than happy to assist you.
Do I have to be referred by a doctor?
No, if you believe you or your family member may need hospice care Call us at (866) 814-4825. We can guide you and have one of our physicians take a look and assist you.
Hospice care is intended and designed to give people who are affected with incurable diseases a hope to live a life with dignity and comfort to ease the pain and symptoms brought about by their disease. Hospice provides the patient with care programs like palliative care so they need not suffer the pains of their disease and can still enjoy the last days of their lives.
Hospice centers on fighting the depression, the pain, and the loneliness brought about by terminal illnesses and not fight the illness itself. We believe that everyone should be given the chance to have a choice on how to spend the last days of their lives and for those who want to fill their last days surrounded by warmth and comfort and activities that are meaningful, we open our arms and facility to provide exactly that for them.
Being in hospice doesn’t mean giving up hope on being well. It simply means opting to see the brighter side while at the same time, preparing soon enough should the worst come. Our services include medical care, pain management, spiritual counseling, and respite and bereavement care for the families. For more information about hospice care, feel free to call us at 877-264-0896 for more details and consultation.
We are available 24 hours 7 days a week.
It is the primary goal of any hospice facility and the interdisciplinary team assigned to a patient to keep the patient as comfortable and pain-free as possible while under hospice care. Whether in a facility, in a hospital, or at home, the main focus is to make all effort to assure that the patient’s pain and symptoms are controlled.
Call us at (877) 264-0896, we will be able to check and assist you
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