Hospice Services


Who is Eligible to Receive Hospice

  Hospice services are available for patients of any race, religion, age, or illness. Patients who are eligible for hospice have a life expectancy of 6 months or less. 

how hospice is covered financially

  In order to be eligible for hospice care, an individual must be certified as terminally ill. We accept Private insurance, Medicare and state funded insurance provides coverage for hospice care.  No person will be denied hospice care or billed out of pocket from Pillars Hospice Care. 

Myth Surround Hospice

  Many people believe that hospice is only used when all resources have been exhausted and when there is no hope left. This couldn't be further from the truth. It is not used as last resort, but rather, as a way for patients to spend quality time with their loved ones before they pass. It is meant to be a time for reflection and meaning.

Where hospice care is provided

  Hospice care and services are delivered to the patient in their family member's home, assisted living center, group home, or wherever the patient lives. 

Services hospice Provides


  • Nursing Services (Routinely Available and On-Call on a 24-Hour Basis, 7 Days A Week)
  • Physician and Nurse Practitioner Services
  • Emotional Support, Bereavement, and Dietary Counseling
  • Volunteer Service
  • Hospice covers Medical Supplies 
  • Medical Social Work Services
  • Counseling Including But Not Limited to Spiritual 
  • The Use of Medical Equipment Related To the Terminal Diagnosis 
  • Certified Nursing Assistance/Home Health Aide Visits

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