Patients do not have to be bedridden to be eligible for hospice care. Preferred Care Hospice encourages patients to be physically active as possible, for as long as possible.
We believe in continued interaction with your primary care physician. The visits, comfort, knowledge, and support from your family doctor can be very helpful.
Preferred Care Hospice focuses on the quality of life with family-centered care in the comfort of your own home, hospital, nursing home or assisted living facility. Anywhere the patient prefers.
If you’re interested in learning more about your situation and whether Preferred Care Hospice can help, contact us today; we’re happy to discuss a personalized care plan to help meet your needs to the best of our abilities.
Preferred Care Hospice affirms life and does not hasten or postpone passing from this life. We treat the person, not the disease. Our focus is on quality of life, involving the patient and family in the decision making-process.
Our goal is to enable you to live in your own home, together with your family. We work to help alleviate symptoms while providing comfort and promoting an opportunity to bond emotionally and spiritually with our patients.