Phone: (602) 788-1138
Phone: (602) 788-1138
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10221 North 32nd Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85028, United States
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While the term "hospice care" may sound frightening to some, truthfully it shouldn't be. A common misconception with the use of this term is the assumption that either the patient facing the terminal illnesses or their families have given up hope. However, this couldn’t be further from reality. Hospice care offers a way for families to prioritize a loved one’s wishes and comfort them and their family and friend in the patient’s final days, weeks, or months.
If you have a loved one who is critically ill and wishes to live out their days in a specific way, turn our compassionate nurses for in-home hospice care in Phoenix, AZ. The dedicated nursing team at Pillars Hospice Care has the experience and training to help you, your family members, and friends get through this difficult time.
First and foremost, hospice is a collective effort. Creating a care regimen that’s beneficial for everyone takes collaboration. Not only does it require the expertise of a skilled in-home hospice nurse, but it also calls for the input of your loved one, as well as their family and friends to be the most effective. While many hospitals and other medical facilities may offer hospice care, these settings hardly compare to the comfort of being at home.
Providing patients with the physical, emotional, and spiritual care they need at either their home or a family member’s home is all part of our commitment to improving our patients’ quality of life in this difficult time. By opting for end-of-life care at home, you can rest assured that your loved one can live out their final days in a place that they’re most comfortable, while still receiving the care they need.
"In-home" Hospice does not necessarily mean our staff is offering treatment in a patient's actual house or apartment. It simply means that an in-home hospice nurse is providing service wherever the patient lives, whether it's a group home, assisted living center, or a family member's home. Some of the Hospice care services we offer include: