Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of Healthcare Services

Anchor of Hope Hospice does not exclude, deny benefits, or otherwise discriminate in provision of services or employment on the basis of race, age, color, religion, military status, gender preference, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, or source of payment.

What is Hospice
When people hear the word ‘hospice’ it can bring feelings of fear, sadness, or anxiety.  We want to change this.  For us, hospice means partnering with you to provide Quality in Life for you and your loved one through the end of life.  We know and believe in the benefits of hospice for the patients we serve and their loved ones.  Hospice helps people with a life-limiting illness focus on living as fully as possible for as long as possible.  Anchor of Hope Hospice provides care in personal homes, assisted livings, hospitals and skilled nursing facilities.  We will partner with you and your loved ones to establish an individualized care plan focusing on controlling pain, managing symptoms and provide comfort.  

When should I consider Hospice 
Hospice care is a personal choice.  The choice of Hospice should be made by you, your loved ones, and your Doctor.  Hospice care is appropriate if your doctor and the hospice medical director certify that you have a life-limiting illness.  If you feel that you or a loved one may benefit from hospice care, we are only a phone call away.  A member of our staff will be in contact with you and your physician to determine if hospice care is right for you. 

What is Palliative Care
Palliative care is patient and family-centered care that optimizes quality of life by anticipating, preventing, and treating a person’s discomfort. It focuses on providing patients with relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of a terminal illness.

Anchor of Hope Hospice will

  • Provide medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support specific to the patient’s needs and wishes as well as the patient’s loved ones
  • Provide care that is coordinated by an interdisciplinary team consisting of: a Physician, a Registered Nurse, Social Worker, Chaplain, Home Health Aides, and Volunteers. Visits are based on the patient's and family's needs as described in your personalized care plan and may change or evolve over time
  • Support the patient and family’s hopes for peace and dignity throughout our care
  • Provide needed medications, medical supplies and equipment in a timely manner
  • Provide continuous care when the patient’s pain or symptoms become too difficult to manage with routine care
  • Provide bereavement care and counseling to the patient’s loved ones
  • Be available by phone and visit 24 hours a day, seven days a week



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