Circle of Hope Hospice provides comprehensive services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have a well-rounded team of physicians, nurses, hospice aides, medical social workers, spiritual care specialists, clinical pharmacists, bereavement counselors, and volunteers that are committed to putting patients’ and families’ well-being first. Our ultimate goal is to make every contact with you or your loved one meaningful.
Circle of Hope Hospice is a Medicare and Medicaid-licensed provider. Both Medicare and Medicaid provide 100% coverage for care related to terminal illnesses. This includes physicians, nurses, hospice aides, medical social workers, counselors, equipment, medications, oxygen, and medical supplies. Medicare and Medicaid patients will never receive a bill from us.
All reasonable and necessary medical support and services for the management of a terminal illness are covered, including:
Physical pain is a harsh reality for individuals diagnosed with a terminal illness. Circle of Hope Hospice assists primary physicians and care providers in administering the necessary procedures and medications to alleviate a patient’s stress and discomfort.
A terminal illness does not just affect one person, but the entire family. Circle of Hope Hospice provides counseling services to help relatives of the patient cope with the situation.
Every moment counts. This is why Circle of Hope Hospice teaches families how to properly attend to their patients’ needs, turning tasks into opportunities for every member of the family to nurture a connection and express their emotions.
Circle of Hope Hospice can also accommodate a limited number of inpatients for short-term care. Our center is equipped with the necessary care facilities and amenities.
A terminal illness affects the mental well-being as well as physical health. Circle of Hope Hospice is always ready to support patients emotionally, psychosocially, and spiritually.
The passing of a loved one is never easy. Circle of Hope Hospice can assist families and friends in facing the sad reality of their beloved’s passing.