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At Ministry Health Care, we earn trust by working together as One Ministry to keep Patients First in everything we do. This is Our Promise to you - our patients, their families and our communities. Our Promise means when you walk into any Ministry hospital or clinic, you will see the healing ministry and values of our founders, the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother, at work. Here, everyone works together, as one, to provide the best care possible for all patients, not just through state of the art technology, but also through hands-on, compassionate care. We achieve Our Promise by living out our values:Presence: We treat others with dignity and respect so each person feels important and worthwhile. We engage people in decisions that affect them. Service: We provide excellent service, care and value. Vision: We use innovation and creativity to improve the health of the communities we serve and to sustain and grow our health care ministry. Justice: We are a voice for the voiceless. We advocate for the most vulnerable and act responsibly on their behalf. We do all we can to make health care affordable in our communities.
At Ministry, we continually look to tomorrow. We push ourselves as an organization and as individuals to grow, to take the extra step, to work as hard as we can to bring hope, respect and dignity to each patient and their family.
Ministry Health Care does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment, or publication in its programs, services, and activities, or in employment.Our Mission
Our Mission as a Catholic health care system is to further the healing ministry of Jesus by continually improving the health and well-being of all people, especially the poor, in the communities we serve.
Hospice care is a service to support people by providing end-of-life care when the patient’s condition is considered terminal and the patient is no longer receiving curative treatment. A terminal diagnosis is defined as the patient having six months or less to live if the condition runs its normal course. The hospice team works with patients to manage pain and symptoms so that their remaining time may be spent in peace and dignity.
Dedicated to quality of life, hospice offers a support system of professional staff and volunteers who assist the patient and their family in meeting their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs. Hospice care stresses the importance of human needs that go beyond the physical care of the patient. Hospice neither hastens nor postpones death; hospice affirms life and regards dying as a normal process.
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