Compassionate care with a giving a heart
This can be a challenging and emotional time. Our compassionate medical staff delivers medical equipment and supplies and administers pain relief if necessary. Attuned to family dynamics, our social workers and chaplains provide loving care to every member of the family.
Hospice offers hope for a soothing and peaceful atmosphere for the end-of-life experience. Our hospice nurses take care of the medical and physical tasks, freeing you and your loved ones to focus on spending quality time together.
Serving Dallas Area Families and Their Loved Ones
Comfort and relief
• Licensed Physician and Registered Nurses administer medical services
• In-home labs and X-rays
• Prescription refills delivered 24/7
• Hospital beds and wheelchairs
• 24-hour professional pain and symptom management
• Bathing, dressing, makeup and hair
• Order and cleanliness of home or room
• Incontinent supplies and bed pads
• Family support from medical social workers
• Spiritual guidance and support from clergy or Chaplain
• Grief and bereavement counseling
• Last rites or rituals
In Home Visits
Schedule recurring visits within your own home to complete daily tasks
Five days of hospice care for caregivers who need a break
24-hour round the clock personal care and health monitoring
MSW & Chaplain
Bereavement counseling and spiritual support for you and your family
What Diagnoses Qualify for Hospice Care?
In the United States, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) determines the criteria for eligibility to be admitted to a hospice care program.
Many factors are considered when determining whether a patient qualifies for this type of care, and the criteria are considered as guidelines, not inflexible laws.
Some of these criteria are directly related to the patient’s diagnosis, and others are not. The final determination of whether a patient will begin hospice care is made by the patient’s physician, with the agreement of the patient and family.