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HOW CAN WE HELP HONOR THE LIFE OF A LOVED ONE?

HOSPICE CARE

FOCUS ON BEING TOGETHER. WE’LL FOCUS ON THE REST.

Find peace of mind in knowing that your loved one’s care is in the hands of hospice experts, day and night. Our commitment to life-honoring care dates back three decades and continues with innovative ways to care for and honor your loved one in celebration of their life.

COMPREHENSIVE HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE

Our highly skilled team of comfort-care specialists shares a passion for providing physical, emotional and spiritual care.

Medical Director & Hospice Physicians

Work with your primary care physician to develop a customized care plan and oversee the delivery of all aspects of care. They ensure initial and ongoing hospice eligibility.

Nurse Practitioners

Work with the hospice medical director and hospice clinical team to ensure that you receive quality and safe care. Nurse practitioners also visit you to certify your continued hospice eligibility.

RN Case Managers

Specially trained Registered Nurses coordinate your personalized care, while also providing education and emotional support.

Physical, Occupational and Speech/Language Therapists

Assess your physical capabilities and needs to ensure individualized care.

CNA Hospice Aides

Certified nursing assistants help with personal care, bathing and meal assistance.

Medical Social Workers

Involved with you and your family to provide emotional support and reassurance as well as assist with navigating and obtaining needed services and resources.

Music Therapists

Support your emotional, cognitive and social well-being. After assessing your strengths and needs, music therapists provide treatment which can include singing, moving to, creating, and/or listening to music.

Massage Therapists

Reduce muscle tension and pain, and provide relaxation and stress relief.

Chaplains

Available to offer spiritual and emotional support to you and your family. Chaplains also work together with your own faith community leader.

Hospice Hound Teams

Bring a calming, friendly presence to your loved one. Each pet companion team includes a volunteer and their registered therapy animal.

Grief Specialists

Available to provide bereavement counseling and other supportive resources.

Volunteers

Offer comfort to patients in our care, including companionship, caregiver respite and presence during end-of-life services.

Eligibility for Hospice Care

People may qualify for hospice care when:

  • Health care goals change from cure to comfort
  • There is a diagnosis of life-limiting illness
  • Your physician supports the decision to choose hospice services

Schedule an in-home consultationPhone: 877-300-1672

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched–they must be felt with the heart.”

— Helen Keller

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MOSAIC MOMENTS

Continue life’s mosaic of special moments when hospice begins. We strive to give our patients meaningful end-of-life experiences.

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OUR STORY

See why we’re one of the most respected hospice care providers in the region.

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OUR SERVICE AREA

Learn more about the regional Ecumen Hospice office locations serving your area.

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VOLUNTEER

Offer your time and empathy to hospice patients in our care, including companionship, caregiver respite and presence during end-of-life services.

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How to Initiate Hospice Services

As defined by Medicare, hospice care can begin with the diagnosis of an advanced illness with a limited life expectancy of six months or less.

Schedule an in-home consultationPhone: 877-300-1672