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Committed to Quality Care

We know you have choices when it comes to hospice care.

That’s why we strive to go above and beyond to provide quality care for each and every one of the individuals and caregivers who come to us. We’ve spent years caring for people just like you and your loved one, offering everything from high quality programs that help alleviate pain and promote family engagement to compassionate hospice team members with years of training and experience. We’ve even invested in top-notch research to develop our hospice program into one of the best in the field.

And last, but certainly not least, we approach hospice care on an individual basis. Because we are always available to provide the gentle assistance and support your loved one needs, you can let us handle the care so you can focus on celebrating a life well lived.

Our services include:
  • Symptom relief and pain management with medications and supplies covered by the hospice benefit
  • Brookdale hospice nursing staff available to respond to care issues 24/7 with urgency and efficiency
  • Personal care services such as bathing and dressing
  • Emotional support for your loved one, you and the rest of your family members
  • Spiritual support and guidance, as requested
  • Music therapy to help alleviate symptoms and connect your loved one with their treasured life experiences
  • Personalized training for you and your family so you can feel confident about how to best care for your loved one
  • Grief and loss support for you and your family

Learn more about our hospice programs, like music therapy and dementia care.


Hospice is a special type of care. We really look at comfort versus cure. We’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we have an on-call team that can help with urgent needs after hours.

Kristi Ross, MSW
Hospice Director
Routine Home Care

Routine Home Care

Members from the hospice team make intermittent home visits to ensure the patient’s symptoms are properly managed. The team also educates and communicates with the family with regard to the patient’s needs. This may include supplies, medications (relating to the patient’s terminal prognosis) and medical equipment.

Continuous Care

Continuous Care

Continuous care is provided at home during periods of crisis to help the patient manage pain and acute medical symptoms that are out of control.

General Inpatient Care

General Inpatient Care

Some patients may have symptoms that cannot be managed at home to maintain pain control. Inpatient care is also provided in a designated center where an interdisciplinary staff can take an aggressive and individualized approach.

Respite Care

Respite Care

Respite care is a supportive service that allows a patient to stay at a care center on a temporary or short-term basis. The stay could be planned or unexpected due to an emergency situation. Respite care is a useful tool for caregivers because it offers them a reprieve from caring for a loved one.

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