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Admitting a patient to the hospice program is a simple process for the attending physician, discharge planner or social worker. Just call the hospice, and a nurse will visit the patient and family at home or in the hospital. Information about the program will be presented, and if the patient elects the program, the nurse arranges for start of services.

-Skilled nurses who are trained specifically to deal with pain, and symptom management, available 24 hours a day.
-Social Workers to offer counseling and as a resource for community services.
-Certified Home Health Aides & Homemakers Dietary Services
-Chaplains to provide spiritual support if needed
-Volunteers to provide assistance through visits, letter writing, reading or shopping.

Basic medical equipment, supplies and medications related to the hospice diagnosis are provided.

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