HOSPICE is a healthcare option for patients facing end-of-life illness. The patient’s and the family’s physical, emotional and spiritual health needs are the priority of a hospice team which comprises of doctors, nurses, social workers, and volunteers.Helping the patient die with dignity while managing pain and discomfort with caring is the motto.
When the hope of recovery is gone, hospice provides hope for the best quality of life as the patient lives the final days.
Delta Hospice care team focuses on providing a superior patient care experience with private and shared duties. All associates undergo a through background check for an additional level of safety of our patients.Learn More
For patients being cared for at home, some hospice services offer respite care to allow friends and family some time away from care-giving. Families can plan a mini-vacation, go to special events, or simply get much-needed rest at home while you’re cared for in an inpatient setting.Learn More
Our home hospice team can arrange for inpatient care at a hospital or another extended care center and will stay involved in your care and with your family. You can go back to in-home care when you and your family are ready.Learn More
The hospice care team works with surviving loved ones to help them through the grieving process. A trained volunteer, clergy member, or professional counselor provides support to survivors through visits, phone calls, and/or other contact, as well as through support groups.Learn More