Interim HealthCare Hospice provides an individualized program of physical, emotional, spiritual, and practical support for people in the last phases of a life-limiting illness, with an emphasis on care, comfort and choice.
The program is reflective of a spirit and idea of caring that emphasizes comfort and dignity for the dying, making it possible for them to remain independent for as long as possible, and in familiar surroundings.
Hospice care is centered on both the patient and family/caregiver. Hospice personnel respect and respond to the unique differences in family/caregiver, lifestyle, values, and wishes.
We utilize an interdisciplinary group approach of physicians, nurses, social workers, homemakers, hospice aides, volunteers, spiritual counselors, bereavement counselors, and others. Interim HealthCare Hospice provides palliative care in the home, nursing facility, assisted living community and short-term inpatient services, mobilization and coordination of ancillary services, and bereavement support.
Services will be equitably distributed to a medically and financially diversified group of patients in a cost effective manner, which ensures adherence to the goals of Interim HealthCare Hospice and the maintenance of the financial solvency of the organization.