Each of our dedicated nurses has either experienced hospice on a personal level or has a deep devotion to caring for families and their loved ones who have a life-limiting illness. All are highly qualified professionals with an average of 20 years of experience treating patients. Culturally diverse, many speak multiple languages, including Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Chinese, and Farsi.
Registered nurse case managers to supervise and coordinate care under the direction of our expert hospice physicians.
Pastoral care counselors to provide spiritual support and guidance to your loved one, your family and other caregivers.
Bereavement counselors to provide bereavement services and support for families and caregivers for at least one year following a patient’s death.
Hospice physicians who specialize in medical care focused on easing pain and managing symptoms, to provide home visits as needed and work closely with the nurse case manager.
Home health aides to assist with personal care, hygiene and activities of daily living.
Medical social workers to provide therapeutic and support counseling related to the impact of dealing with a terminal illness. Social workers will also assist with referrals to community resources if needed.
Hospice volunteers to provide companionship to patients. Volunteers may read, play music, write letters, run errands or simply listen.