The Four Levels of Care
This is the most common level of hospice care. Care is provided in the patient’s home, long term care facilities, and residential care facilities.
Care is provided 24 hours a day during periods of crisis in which a patient requires continuous nursing care for management of acute medical symptoms. Therefore, the patient can avoid being transferred to a hospital.
General Inpatient Care
Care for pain control and symptom management for a short-term nature. Specials arrangements are made with hospitals, hospice units or long-term care facilities where patients may receive necessary and appropriate care and can return home as soon as possible.
Limited to five consecutive days, respite care provides a brief break to the patient’s primary caregiver by admitting the patient to a hospital, hospice unit, or long term care facility.
Equipment and Supplies
Best Hospice Care, LLC covers all medications, medical equipment, and supplies required for the patient’s comfort, care, and safety.
Best Hospice Care, LLC’s nurse is available 24 hours a day. Staff is available anytime to the patient when necessary to respond to a crises related to the illness.
Best Hospice Care, LLC provides support to meet the needs of family members and friends during the difficult time of loss and grief.
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