The physician support made available to our patients is a primary role of our Interdisciplinary Team. Directors and on-staff Nurse Practitioners visit patients in their homes and at care facilities for recertification visits.
Our Medical Social Services Team consists of Care Navigators and Bereavement Counselors that provide ongoing support to help patients and families cope with the impact of illness.
Our team of Spiritual Care Providers are clinically trained and nationally certified. We will not attempt to change, save, or fix you, but instead assist you in healing emotionally and spiritually.
Heart ‘n Home recognizes that individuals experience grief in their own way and we would like to honor that journey. Our Grief and Loss Support Groups can help you recognize your feelings and put them in perspective.
Heart ‘n Home Hospice & Palliative Care in conjunction with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the Veterans Administration recognize the need to provide the best possible care for our Veterans in the best possible manner and setting. With this, we honor and recognize their specific end-of-life needs and preferences
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Heart ‘n Home provides medications for terminal illness and related conditions. Our Heart ‘n Home team are experts in medication management and we want to ensure pain and other symptoms are effectively managed and the right amount of medications are taken.
Additionally, patients on hospice services are also provided with medical equipment (e.g., hospital beds, wheelchairs, oxygen, etc.) and medical supplies (e.g., bandages, catheters, etc.) as needed and related to patient’s hospice care. Heart ‘n Home provides all medical equipment related to the hospice diagnosis. Additionally, medical supplies are provided as part of the Medicare Hospice Benefit and as related to patient’s hospice care.