Physicians in our hospice care team are dedicated to providing compassionate medical care and expert symptom management tailored to the unique needs of patients in the final stages of life. They work closely with patients, their families, and the interdisciplinary team.
The care coordinator in our hospice care team serves as a dedicated advocate, offering personalized support and guidance to patients and their families during the sensitive end-of-life phase. They provide a continuing presence, addressing individual concerns, coordinating services, and ensuring that every aspect of care aligns with the patient’s wishes.
Chaplains in our hospice care team provide invaluable spiritual and emotional support, honoring patients’ and their families’ diverse beliefs and values. They guide individuals and families through their spiritual journey and provide solace and a source of strength during the end-of-life experience.
Registered Nurse Case Managers
Registered nurse case managers in our hospice care team are dedicated advocates for patients, providing expert medical care and coordinating comprehensive hospice services. They work closely with the interdisciplinary team, ensuring seamless communication, personalized care plans, and continuous support.
Our hospice aides are caregivers responsible for providing direct personal care to patients in the final stages of life. Their role includes assisting patients with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting, as well as providing emotional support and companionship.
Intake coordinators are responsible for guiding patients and their families through the admission process and facilitating the initiation of hospice services. Their role involves collecting essential information from patients and their referring healthcare providers, coordinating assessments, and ensuring that all necessary paperwork is completed.
Scheduling coordinators are responsible for organizing and managing appointments and visits for patients receiving hospice services. They work closely with the interdisciplinary care team, including nurses, physicians, aides, social workers, and other professionals, to ensure that patients receive timely and appropriate care.