How Grateful Palliative Care and Hospice provides care

We respect and honor the needs of each patient and family’s individual cultural and religious needs. We are here to listen, to comfort, and to assuage any discomfort. Should you choose us to care for you or your loved one at a critical time in your life, we take this relationship as a true privilege. Working with medical expertise, gentleness and mindfulness, we are here for you.

We care.

How can we help you?

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We are Medicare & Medical Certified as well as CHAP Accredited.

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About Hospice Care

Hospice Eligibility:

Patients diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, having a prognosis of six months or less if the disease runs its normal course are eligible for hospice. Patients may be referred to Grateful Hospice by primary care physician, other health care professionals, family or by the patients themselves.

Hospice Services Provide:

  • Pain Control & Symptom Management
  • Medical Supplies & Durable Medical Equipment
  • Emotional Support for families & caregivers
  • Medications related to the hospice diagnosis for pain and symptom control

We come to you. Where can we provide care?

  • At Home
  • At Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • At Assisted Living Facilities
  • At Acute Care Hospitals
  • At Board & Care Licensed Facilities

The goal of hospice is to care for you in your own home so that you are receiving the highest quality care where you live, with your normal surroundings. Hospice can allow you to continue with your daily activities but with additional support, comfort and relief from pain.

Enhancing the quality of life every day.

When you or your loved one is adjusting to life with a terminal illness, we are here for you by providing personalized, compassionate and professional hospice care to each and every patient. We strive to enhance kindness, respect and empathy to our patients and families who are going through this challenging time.

Which health care professionals provide the care?

There are many professional care providers:

  • Physicians
  • Registered Nurses & Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Chaplains & Spiritual Counselors
  • Certified Hospice Aides

Other Members of the Care Team

Personalized and tailored to the individual:

  • Music Therapists
  • Pet Therapists
  • Speech, Physical, Occupational Therapists
  • Dieticians
  • Volunteers
  • Bereavement counselors

Each patient’s comprehensive care team is specific to his/her needs and the care plan is always evolving to adjust to the needs of each patient. Your personal physician can always continue to be involved while you are on hospice.

How is Hospice care Covered?

  • Medicare
  • Medical
  • Private Insurance
  • Private Pay

If you are unsure about how to get the care you or your loved one needs, please contact us - we are glad to help.

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