Welcome to Ameriprime Hospice
Serving the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area Since 2014
Ameriprime Hospice Care near me is one of the most qualified and reputable hospice companies in Dallas-Ft. Worth and surrounding communities. The company continues to grow and flourish, as evidenced by the growing number of testimonials we receive showing gratitude for how we assist people and their families during end-of-life transitions.
The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services licenses Ameriprise Hospice. We are certified to participate in Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Supporting Your Loved Ones
During Their Most Challenging Time
Comfort and Relief
Our licensed physicians administer medical care to relieve your pain and suffering in the comfort of your home.
Our hospice nurses take care of your physical needs, freeing your loved ones to give you quality time and attention.
Hospice offers hope for a soothing and comforting atmosphere for the end-of-life experience for the entire family.
Our Compassionate Staff
Our staff is here to help your family with loving support. We lend a caring ear, aid in pain management and act as an overall support system so you can better face the challenges that face us all during a life transition.
Please call us at (214) 590-8912 with questions you may have about hospice care near me in the Dallas/Ft. Worth and immediate surrounding community’s.
Frequently Asked Questions About Hospice Care:
The aim of hospice care is to make a patient suffering from a terminal illness or diagnosis as comfortable as possible during a very difficult time. Hospice care offers around-the-clock nursing to manage physical symptoms, administer prescription medications, and ease patient's pain.
Since many people are in hospice for up to six months, they often enter with the ability to still eat, chew and swallow normal table foods. It's at this time that a dietitian can work with the family to come up with a diet that meets their needs.
Hospice agencies most often provide services in the patient's home. Hospice care can also be provided by free-standing or independent facilities specially designed to provide hospice care, or through programs based in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living centers, or other health care systems.
The services are provided by a team of health care professionals who maximize comfort for a person who is terminally ill by reducing pain and addressing physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. To help families, hospice care also provides counseling, respite care and practical support.