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Compassionate Care Hospice (CCH) has defined as its mission to affirm life during its final stages by providing holistic compassionae care to patients and their families; by providing access to hospice care for underserved or difficult to serve populations; by wise and efficient use of available resources, and by educating the community in order to provide them with knowledge regarding end-of-life and hospce care around quality of life.
Compassionate Care offers hospice, home health and palliative care. Hospice is a service provided to the terminally ill and their family to ease the physical and emotional trauma associated with end of life. Compassionate Care Hospice (CCH) was formed 19 years ago and now operates hospice programs in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Hospice services are provided in the home, in long-term care/skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, and in hospitals. The bulk of reimbursement for hospice services comes from Medicare (over 70%), with managed care and Medicaid providing the remainder. To allow us to serve a greater patient population, and meet the changing needs of our patients and families, we offer home and palliative care in many of our locations.
CCH prides itself on its record of employee retention, its openness to innovation and, most of all, for the quality of care that it consistently provides.
Charitable donations are deposited with the Compassionate Care Hospice Foundation, a 501c3 not for profit foundation formed by Compassionate Care Hospice. The foundation now receives almost $500,000 annually in donations from family and friend