If a loved one – your mom, dad, or other family member – is suffering from a terminal illness, you want the best care for them – ideally in the comfort of their own home surrounded by their loved ones and the things that have meaning for them.
At 365 Hospice, we understand the unique challenges you will face when dealing with a loved one’s terminal illness – particularly how to determine the best kind of care for your family member – right in the comfort of their own home.
If a family member has reached a point in their lives when the goals of care become comfort focused, then the rapid response team at 365 Hospice will create a custom care program for you and your family.
That means our fully focused, professional and interdisciplinary team of physicians and hospice medical directors work with a team of highly skilled medical and related caregivers to build and implement a comprehensive, customized care plan for your family. We’re all different, and your family members deserve only the best care, individualized to their needs.
As you might imagine, most people want to spend the end of their life in the comfort of their home, surrounded by their loved ones and the things that have meaning for them. At 365 Hospice, we are focused on making sure patients – and their families – receive the support, guidance, and care necessary to prevent suffering, 365 days-a-year, 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week.
365 Hospice is a private, family-owned and operated Pennsylvania hospice provider – delivering the highest level of customized care for all of our patients. 365 Hospice will provide all the services we can to help you and your loved one transition through this difficult time in your life.
At 365 Hospice, we understand the need to help patients through this process of decision-making by helping them move along the continuum of care for their health.
We are here for you. Please contact us for more information and for a free evaluation about how our services can help you and your family.
- To receive services the doctor ordered
- To be involved in planning care
- To choose any Medicare-certified agency
- To be told when Medicare will not cover a service (verbally and in writing)
Can choose to transfer to another hospice provider if unhappy with current agency