Most people think of hospice as a place for the terminally ill, fact is, Hospice is not a place, but a concept of care. More than 90% of the hospice services provided in this country are based in the home. Care provided in the home allows families to be together when they need it most sharing the final days in peace, comfort, and dignity. However, when home care is not an option, in-patient care can be available through a contracting hospital, skilled nursing facility, or the hospice's own in-patient facility (if available). In addition, in-patient care is available to those receiving home care in emergency situations or when family members need respite care. Below are more myths about hospice:
Spectrum Harbor Hospice is much more than a place. We are devoted to giving each family a gift when they need it most...quality of life for our patients when they are facing life's greatest challenge.
At Spectrum Harbor Hospice our commitment to excellence is reflected in our core values. Conveying these values throughout the organization with excitement and passion by word and action is what drives us.