Choosing a Hospice Provider
Six things you should know when choosing a hospice provider:
- Owned and managed by local clinicians and business men vs huge nameless companies or investors.
- Hospice-certified nurses and doctors on staff and available 24 hours per day.
- Patient/Staff ratios exceeding industry standards.
- Respite and Inpatient care unit contracts where patients can go if symptoms can’t be managed at home.
- Ability to provide care in nursing homes and assisted living residences.
- Approved providers for Medicare / Medicaid & most private insurance companies. That way, Medicare/Medicaid/Isurance will cover services, including equipment and home health aides as needed, plus counseling and grief support for the patient and the family.
Here at Integrity Hospice, we are proud to have provided care for patients in Georgia for over 10 years and will continue to provide quality hospice care regardless of one's ability to pay. You can reach our hospice staff around the clock to get the answers and care you and your loved ones need. Our team works diligently in the community to serve the needs of our patients in their homes, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities. We work closely with Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance companies to get our patients everything they need to add quality and comfort to their life.
When you or a loved one needs hospice services, call Integrity Hospice, locally owned and managed provider exceeding the industry standards of care.
Source: Consumer Reports - How to find a good Hospice Program