Hospice Care

Dietitians

Dietitians

Hospice Dietitians assist the patient in achieving the best nutritional intake possible given the current state of his or her health. Dietitians have much experience in dealing with the obstacles to eating that often challenge the terminally ill...

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Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers, specially trained in hospice care, are important element of the team who are available when they are needed the most.

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Skilled Nursing

Skilled Nursing

Skilled nurses, RNs, and LVNs evaluate the patient’s condition during regular scheduled visits. A Registered nurse coordinates the plans of care and teaches the family proper patient care techniques and the use of medication and pain...

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Physicians

Physicians

Physicians collaborate with the patient’s primary doctor and are available for pain and symptom management consultation, as well as to make house calls as needed.

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Home Health Aides

Home Health Aides

Home Health Aides help with personal care, such as bathing and mouth care; they also can help with light cleaning, light laundry and occasional shopping.

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