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About Us

It is the mission of Angel Hospice to provide the highest quality and compassionate end-of-life care. The care team will always be respectful of the wishes and desires of their patients and families. We will always seek creative methods to enhance the quality of life for our patients.

Why Choose Angel Hospice?

Our care team has the expertise and experience to quickly address and resolve problems that arise for the patient and the family. It is through our determination to enhance the quality of life that Angel Hospice makes more “good days” for our patients and families.

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Patients are visited whenever they need assistance. Services can be arranged at their private home, a nursing home, an assisted living facility, or in a hospital for short-term symptom management.

We will bring a unified support system that respects the choices and decisions made by the patient and family.

We Provide:

Assistance with Daily Living – activities such as eating, getting out of bed, using the bathroom, walking, dressing, bathing, and toileting.

Pain and Symptom Management – Angel Hospice personnel use carefully administered medication, as well as, other techniques to help control symptoms.

Comfort – includes medical supplies and equipment that help promote comfort.

Bereavement Services – Angel Hospice provides professional counselors who are trained in comforting family members. They are uniquely qualified to provide spiritual and emotional comfort. Grief support services are offered for 13 months following the death of a hospice patient.

Psycho-social – Our social workers and spiritual counselors are professionally trained to address the emotional and spiritual needs of patients. They also help foster positive family relationships and can access and coordinate community resources.

Nursing Care – Nurses provide care and education to patients and their families. Each nurse is specially trained in pain and symptom management and is available to meet the individual care needs of the patient.

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