We believe that all hospice eligible patients
and those that love them deserve the best care
at the end of life. Our mission is to serve all of
them in the way they desire to be served.
Our vision is to transform end-of-life care
in the communities we serve. We believe all hospice eligible patients
and those that love them deserve the best care. Our mission
is simple: we serve all patients and their loved ones the
way they desire to be served.
Heart of Hospice's vision is to transform end-of-life care in the communities we serve. One way we do this is by helping you understand the hospice benefit. Below are links to learning resources on our site. Our experts are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions you may have. You may contact us by phone, email, or live chat.
Your gifts of compassion and care can make an amazing difference in the lives of patients
and their families. Often we underestimate the power that a smile, a caring word or the smallest
act of kindness can have on someone. Volunteers can provide support to patients and families
through direct care or administrative duties.
Heart of Hospice takes exceptional care of their employees. Heart of Hospice believes that taking great care of employees, will lead to them taking excellent care of their patients, families, and customers. With all of the training, education, and additional resources, Heart of Hospice is truly set up for success! It’s not just a job, it’s a journey!
We're here for you, 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
to answer any question, big or small, or even come out
and evaluate you or your family member for services.
To get in touch with us you can find a local office,
call 1-844-HOH-0411 (1-844-464-0411), or email our team.
The Heart of Hospice Foundation is a 501(c)(3) funded through the
generous contributions of those in our community. The Foundation
seeks to lessen the burden for those facing end-of-life by assisting
individuals in need of financial support, enhancing the end-of-life
care experience through fulfilling last wishes and furthering the
advancement of hospice and pallative care with industry research
and community education.
Many people think hospice is just for those with cancer. In reality, hospice serves any patient who is clinically eligible for the benefit, including but not limited to people living with Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, COPD, stroke, Parkinson's disease, ALS, and cancer. Eligibility is defined as a life expectancy of six months or less if the illness runs its normal course.
Every patient is unique, and every disease presents differently. While the following signs alone do not guarantee hospice eligibility, they are the most common indicators that an individual may need hospice care.
Signs That May Indicate A Need For Hospice Services:
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We believe that all hospice eligible patients deserve the truth about what is possible with our care. Heart of Hospice provides many advantages fostered by our culture to exceed the expectations of patients and families. Learn about the common myths of hospice care here.