Our Services

  • 24 hours 7 days a week on-call nursing services
  • Individualized plan of care designed to promote comfort
  • Pain Management
  • Symptom Control
  • Teaching on signs and symptoms
  • Education regarding providing care
  • Assistance with medication monitoring and administration
  • Provide resources for community services
  • Assist with placement
  • Assist with filling out of advance directives
  • Assist with applying for Medi-Cal
  • Assist with end-of-life arrangements
  • Provide counseling services to both patients and families to help cope with end of life issues
  • Spiritual support
  • Grief support
  • Prayer
  • Being sensitive to the beliefs of the patient and/or family, we will provide spiritual support according to patient/families wishes
  • Offer bereavement services for up to 13 months. This includes:
    • Grief counseling
    • Supportive materials
    • Grief groups
  • Assistance with bathing
  • Assistance with grooming including:
    • Hair, skin, and nail care
  • Oral care
  • Assistance with dressing
  • Incontinent care
  • Passive range of motion exercises
  • Light house keeping


Frequently Asked

What is the family's role?

The family and/or caregiver continue to provide care same as before but now with the assistance, support and direction of the Hospice team.

Where will the patient live?

"Home" is considered to be wherever the patient lives. It can be a personal residence, board and care, assisted living home, or nursing home. If needed, the Hospice team can help with facility placement or respite stays

Who pays for hospice?

Hospice services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and many insurance companies.

How do we start hospice?
  • The patient, family or caregiver can call for a meeting with a Hospice representative.
  • Referrals for Hospice care can also be made by:
    • Physicians
    • Hospitals
    • Nursing Homes
    • Assisted Living Facilities
  • The patient and/or family can then decide to elect Hospice services.