Hospice Services

Hospice Services

What Services Does First Choice Hospice Provide?

Medical Director Services

Our Medical Directors and Nurse Practitioners coordinate with the interdisciplinary team to manage your medical needs including pain and symptom management.

Registered Nurses

Our team of Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses help with managing your medical needs for pain and symptom management. They coordinate with the Physician and other hospice team members specific to the patient’s and family’s needs.

Certified Nursing Assistant

Our CNA team helps with daily cares such as bathing, companionship, support and help in managing the individual’s and family’s comfort level

Spiritual Counseling

Our Spiritual Care team meets the person where they are with their spiritual journey, serving as a non judgmental companion and a listening and helping guide to the individual wherever they desire to go

Social Services

Our team of Social Workers help with emotional and physical needs, to make sure all affairs are in order and to help coordinate additional resources and support if needed.

Volunteer Services

Our Volunteer Coordinator works with our volunteers to provide services either through office support, ancillary support (cooking or sewing), or to be a companion for our patients and families

Massage Therapy

This Complementary service provides non pharmacological relief and support. We provide comfort touch and any other desired massage techniques to bring comfort to our patients and families.

End-of-life Doula

Our Hospice and Palliative Care certified end-of-life Doula is experienced in helping individuals and their loved ones through the labor of the dying. This specialty program provides emotional support for the family and patient throughout the final hours of a patient’s life.

On Call

First Choice has a dedicated team of nurses who cover call on weekday evenings and weekends.

Bereavement Services

First Choice Hospice provides support to an individual’s loved ones for a minimum of 13 months after the loved one has passed away. This may be through face-to-face meetings, phone support, bereavement letters and/or support groups.

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