Harbor Hospice of Richmond
Due to the recent COVID 19 pandemic our patients need us now, more than ever. Our population of patients are more at risk, due to contributing factors such as age and preexisting diagnosis. As a Harbor Hospice Volunteer you will help by distributing tissue and water to patients and families homes by leaving the items on their doorsteps. This will greatly impact the lives of many due to the recent demand that has been placed on tissue and water, which places more stress on a patient and/or a caregiver providing care. Be a part of making a huge difference in the lives of many as our nation faces this crisis. Must undergo criminal background check and posses a valid drivers license, with valid vehicle insurance.
About Harbor Hospice of Richmond
12808 W. Airport Blvd. STE. 235, Sugar land, TX 77478, US
Harbor Hospice is committed to providing comprehensive, competent, quality care optimizing comfort and dignity consistent with the patient and family needs and goals. With the patient's needs and goals as priorities, we seek to ensure without discrimination, the dignity, comfort, and choices of the patient/family/caregiver in timely, well-coordinated end-of- life care which includes bereavement and counseling support.
Harbor Hospice is educated to providing care and comfort to the terminally ill patient and their family. We provide the highest quality of care possible by employing a team of healthcare professionals to administer comfort and supportive care to individuals.
Harbor hospice strives to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs of patients and family members who share the emotional trauma of a terminal illness. Harbor Hospice is committed to educate the community and increase awareness of harbor concept of care among medical professionals, lay persons, clergy and those in need of a compassionate approach of care.
Harbor Hospice admits patients without regard for race, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability, sex or sexual preference. The admission criteria does not deny admission or service to people with communicable diseases including, but not limited to HIV, MRSA, and Hepatitis B.
Harbor Hospice will provide services to the terminally ill their home, wherever home may be. There are times when caring for a loved one at home is simply not possible. When symptoms cannot be managed at home, or when families are having difficulty coping with an in-home death. Harbor Hospice's inpatient facility will provide care in a warm, homelike setting. The beautiful, serene, inpatient facility will offer the comfort of home while providing round-the-clock, expert medical care.