Hospice Medical Director collaborates with other members of the hospice team and the patient’s primary physician to help manage the patient’s discomfort and symptoms.
Attending Physician refers patients to hospice and remains patient’s primary care physician while working as a member of the hospice team.
Registered Nurses are educated in palliative care and pain control, they work with patients to establish and maintain comfort as well as quality of life. Their responsibilities also include education of family members to provide better patient care for their loved ones.
Certified Nursing Assistant
Nursing Assistants are available to provide patients with bathing, personal and comfort care.
Medical Social Worker
Medical Social Workers provide individual and family counseling to help meet the challenges created by a terminal illness. The social worker also facilitates family communication, arranges support for caregivers, and helps to find financial and legal assistance.
Chaplains provide spiritual counseling for people of all faiths, planning service, and serve as a liaison between the family and clergy in the community.
Bereavement Counselors offer a variety of services to the patient’s family to help with understanding of grief.
Hospice Volunteers are kind and compassionate individuals who support patients and loved ones by providing respite care and friendly visits.