We have an expansive, interdisciplinary team ready to provide care and comfort to you and your loved ones.
Our specialized, interdisciplinary care team is available to provide you with expert care, including physical, spiritual, emotional, and psychosocial support. Learn more about each member of the hospice care team below.
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists
Our hospice Medical Director, along with your personal doctor if you have one, ensures that your care plan meets your unique needs. Our physicians are also available to make house calls should you need one or assist with advance care planning. If you do not have a personal physician, you may choose to have a Heart of Hospice physician manage your care.
Our bereavement coordinators provide support and guidance to your family and loved ones.
Your Heart of Hospice nurse works with your doctor to manage your medications and other treatments to keep you comfortable. Your nurse is available to answer any questions you may have about your health.
Our social workers help connect you with community resources such as financial assistance. Heart of Hospice social workers can also provide emotional support for you and your family.
Our chaplain can provide spiritual support for you and your loved ones, regardless of your faith tradition or beliefs. Heart of Hospice chaplains can also coordinate care with your current clergy if you prefer.
Our nurse practitioners are available to make house calls and manage any pain or symptoms of discomfort by coordinating with our hospice Medical Director and your personal doctor when applicable.
Our certified hospice aides help you with activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and light housekeeping. Heart of Hospice aides offer extra attention if you desire, such as nail care, reading, or companionship.
Our Registered Dietitian is available to consult with you and your family about your nutritional needs.
Therapists are available to assess and provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy as needed.
Heart of Hospice volunteers are trained to provide companionship for you and support for your caregivers so they can take a rest, run an errand, or do any other activities you and your loved ones might find helpful.