Let’s TalkHospice is hard to talk about. That’s why it’s important to start.
What Is Hospice?
Hospice is holistic care and support for people who have been given a physician prognosis of six months or less to live. Because a person’s last moments are among the most important, we focus not only on comfort, but also quality of life.
It’s our calling to make every moment meaningful—for you and your family. Our team of doctors, nurses, social workers, hospice aides, spiritual caregivers, dietitians, pharmacists, grief support specialists and volunteers work as a team, rallying around your individual needs to care for the mind, body and spirit.
If you have Medicare, hospice is most likely covered. If not, we’ll find the best plan for your financial situation.
We make a custom life-plan for your physical, spiritual and emotional needs from medications, to holistic services and interfaith offerings.
We have free support groups and resources for every stage of grief, even after a loved one passes.
Still Have Questions?
Is Hospice Right For Your Loved One?
Do they need assistance with two or more daily living activities?
Have they experienced decreased appetite or severe weight loss?
Have they taken multiple trips to the emergency room in the last 60 days?
Are you overwhelmed by the care needs of your loved one?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, connect with one of our hospice experts.
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"We cannot express how much your care for our father and our family meant to us. Thank you to staff and volunteers alike. You made a difficult time easier for all of us. God bless you!"
"Just a note to express our appreciation for Emmanuel Hospice in our time of need. Thank you all for your kindness and attention to Mom's needs. I know she is with God and looking down on us. Thank you."
"We will always be grateful to you for the care that you gave to Mom during her time there. I can't imagine what our experience with my mom would have been without you. I hope you know that what you do each day touches people's' lives and really makes a difference. I know it did for us."
"Thank you for caring for my husband. Thank you for your prayers and support through those trying hours. It meant a lot to me, so keep up the good work and always praise our Lord in all that you do."