Compassionate professionals providing comfort and support to you and your family.
Our network of caregivers and volunteers cover every aspect of your loved one’s care… with dignity, respect and honor. From pain relief, symptom management, companionship and help around the house, to helping families navigate end-of-life decisions and guiding them through the
Patriot Hospice mission is to provide devoted physical, spiritual and emotional care that enhances
the lives of patients and their families. We promise to treat you the way we would want to be treated at this
precious stage of life.
Patriot Hospice passionately believes in providing a level of compassionate care that leaves you feeling
like family. We will advocate for you and always honor your voice.
Hospice Services include:
- Nursing Care (RN/LPN)
- Home Health Aide
- Medical Social Work
- Medical Director
- Spiritual and Grief Counselors
Patriot Hospice believes in providing a level of compassionate care that leaves you feeling like family. We will advocate for you and always honor your voice.
How to qualify for hospice care
To qualify for hospice care, a hospice doctor and your doctor (if you have one) must certify that you’re terminally ill, meaning you have a life expectancy of 6 months or less. When you agree to hospice care, you’re agreeing to comfort care (palliative care) instead of care to cure your illness. You also must sign a statement choosing hospice care instead of other benefits Medicare covers to treat your terminal illness and related conditions. View our Eligibility Checklist
- All items and services needed for pain relief and symptom management
- Medical, nursing, and social services
- Drugs for pain management
- Durable medical equipment for pain relief and symptom management
- Aide and homemaker services
- Other covered services you need to manage your pain and other symptoms, as well as spiritual and grief counseling for you and your family.
Medicare-certified hospice care is usually given in your home or other facility where you live, like a nursing home. Original Medicare will still pay for covered benefits for any health problems that aren’t part of your terminal illness and related conditions, but hospice should cover most of your care.
Contact Patriot Hospice
Share your talents and gifts with Hospice patients and families in the comfort of their homes.
Music Therapy; Pet Therapy; Friendship Visits; Errand Visits; Activity & Craft Volunteers; Facility Volunteers; Sitting Vigil (Non-Spiritual); Spiritual Care Volunteers.