We treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve.
When you or your loved one faces the end of life, you don’t have to be alone. Our role is to provide quality care and comfort to life’s final stages. We take a holistic approach, ministering to you mentally, physically, and spiritually during your end-of-life journey. We bring compassionate hospice care to the comfort of your home or your preferred setting. Our services are covered by Medicare and Medicaid and our compassionate staff is on call 24/7. Call us today.
Providing Loving Care and Comfort
Comfort and Relief
Our licensed physicians administer prescriptions to relieve pain in the comfort of your home.
Our hospice nurses take care of your medical and physical needs, freeing you to cherish each moment.
Hospice offers hope for a soothing and comforting atmosphere for the end-of-life experience.
Preparing for Your Life’s Journey
Have you discussed your deepest wishes and desires with your family and caregivers? Use our Planning Your Life's Journey Toolkit for helpful answers and useful tips.
Giving the gift of quality time
Hospice meets the needs of both the patient and their family. We provide loving support, pain relief and equipment and supplies so you can focus on what’s most important—spending cherished moments with your loved ones.
We offer round-the-clock respite care, hospice care, chaplain services and bereavement counseling in Dallas and surrounding areas for up to 24 hours a day, including holidays. Medicare and Medicaid cover all costs with no out-of-pocket expenses for respite and hospice care services.
Helping Families and Their Loved Ones ...
Have you discussed your deepest wishes and desires with your family and caregivers? Use our Planning Your Life’s Journey Toolkit for helpful answers and useful tips.
Our Most Common Questions About Hospice Care
Hospice care is a special kind of care that focuses on the quality of life for people and their caregivers who are experiencing an advanced, life-limiting illness. Hospice care provides compassionate care for people in the last phases of incurable disease so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.
Most patients enroll in hospice very close to the time of death. For instance, approximately half will die within 3 weeks and 35.7% of patients die within 1 week. Moreover, among all patients, the percentage referred to hospice for just 3 days or less doubled over the past decade to 9.8% from 4.6%.
Hospice care includes palliative care to relieve symptoms and give social, emotional, and spiritual support. For patients receiving in-home hospice care, the hospice nurses make regular visits and are always available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Quite simply, doctors recommend hospice because they want patients to get all of the care they need. ... Their patient is eligible for hospice when they meet disease-specific criteria and it has been determined that they have six months or less to live if their disease follows its usual progression.