Learn More About Our Valuable Education Partners
We encourage you to learn more about each education partner as they are all excellent resources within the community.
Maintain independence and take control of the illness or disease
Complete important tasks
Organize personal affairs
Complete spiritual and bereavement services
With pain and symptom management, as well as education and support, hospice care allows patients and families to focus on what is truly important When Life Matters Most.
It is a unique health care approach in which the patient and family are the focus, not the disease. Hospice care helps patients and their families make the most of the time that remains.
Hospice is a team of specially trained health care professionals caring for the patient and relieving anxiety for the caregiver/family. Our hospice support team helps patients and families with pain and symptom management, social, emotional, and grief issues. Hospice brings comfort and quality to the remaining months, weeks, and days.
Our Care Transition Program ensures the right level of care at the right time. Our highly skilled clinicians are trained across disciplines, and agencies have Care Transition team members dedicated to communication and the coordination of care.
Uncoordinated medical care for patients with chronic illnesses costs nearly $88,000 per person.* Our Care Transition Program focuses on the continuum of care for patients for improved outcomes and cost reduction. Care coordination ensures patients receive the clinical excellence and the support they need while remaining at home, reducing hospital readmissions, and providing support for their family/caregivers.
Our Care Transition Program focuses on a full continuum of care to ensure patients receive the appropriate level of care when they choose it.
Our program always honors the patient’s and family’s choice of provider, even if it is not one in our family of providers.