Care at Home
Everything we do is centered around improving the quality of life for the patient and their family. Our highly skilled palliative care program is specialized for patients who aren’t yet appropriate for hospice but benefit from extra care at home.
|Bi-weekly aide||Included||Not Included|
|Dr. / NP||Included||Not Included|
|Bi-weekly nurse||Available||Monthly Nurse|
|24/7 on Call Visits||Available||Phone Only|
|Emotional Support||Available||Phone Only|
|Spiritual Support||Available||Phone Only|
Your Care Team
With OC Hospice, you can count on working with a team dedicated to giving you the personalized care you deserve. Whether it’s a monthly nurse visit, spiritual counselor, or phone support, we’re here to get you the help and answers you need. We are contracted with most health insurance providers, and will collaborate with your existing medical care team depending on the patient’s needs.
For those with a serious illness symptoms such as pain, fatigue, nausea, or shortness of breath can affect their overall quality of life. Our trained nurses and aides will provide the treatments and support to help you and your family cope with your illness and its symptoms.
Service You Can Count On
We are available 24/7 — even on holidays, weekends, and late nights — to admit, evaluate, and care for our patients. We are also available to help discharge them from a hospital or skilled nursing facility at any time of day or night. It’s the service your family deserves, and can rely on from OC Hospice.
Languages We Speak
We want you to feel heard and comfortable when working with us. Our staff speaks several languages to better serve you, including Spanish, English, Tagalog, Farsi, Korean, French, Romanian, Swahili and Vietnamese. If you have a specific language request, please let us know.
Palliative care is generally appropriate for serious illnesses, such as cancer, congestive heart failure (CHF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, lung disease, kidney failure, liver failure, most types of cancer, neurological diseases (ALS, Parkinsons, Dementia, etc.) and many others.
Please call us if you have questions about what illnesses and situations qualify for palliative care.
How to Get Started
An OC Hospice admissions counselor is available to answer your questions and discuss your needs. We would love to meet you in person or speak over the phone.
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