Palliative/Hospice Doctor is a part of your medical team. You can also choose to include your regular doctor or nurse practitioner on your medical team, as the attending medical professional who supervises your care.
Primary Physician, together with our Hospice Doctor, we will develop a plan of care to meet your individual needs, ensuring your physician remains an integral part of the palliative or hospice team.
Skilled Nurses, who are trained specifically to deal with pain and symptom management, available 24 hours a day.
Medical Social Workers offer counseling, support and as a resource for community services.
Certified Hospice Aides, our compassionate staff can provide extra support for routine personal care, such as dressing, bathing and eating.
Spiritual Counselors like chaplains, pastors, or priests can provide spiritual care and guidance for the entire family.
Bereavement Counselors offer support and guidance, before and up to one year after the passing of a loved one in hospice.
Volunteers are trained hospice volunteers that can offer a variety of services depending on your needs like providing company or respite care.