Project Description

What is Routine Home Care?

This is the most common level of hospice care. Routine home care includes, but is not limited to, Nursing, Hospice Aide, Spiritual Care Providers and Medical Social Work services. Patients may receive Routine Hospice Care in their home or what they “call home”—in a long-term care, assisted living facility, independent Living in adult foster care.

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  • Individualized care plan based on patient needs

  • Medications related to diagnosis are  covered

  • Medical equipment needed for optimal care covered

  • Available based on your schedule and needs

  • Palliative Physical Therapy for teaching and comfort available

How We Assist

Being locally owned and a part of our communities, the needs of the patient come first, determining the number of visits from hospice staff members vs. industry standards. These needs are established and outlined in a plan of care formed by the hospice team and the patient’s physician.

The care plan serves as a guideline to assist all those serving the patient with care. At this level of care the patient also has access to an on-call hospice nurse twenty-four hours a day.

HOSPICE TEAM

REGISTERED NURSES
MEDICAL DIRECTORS
CERTIFIED HOSPICE AIDS
SOCIAL WORKERS
CHAPLAINS
VOLUNTEERS
BEREAVMENT COUNSELORS

  OPENING HOURS

Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:00

(248) 572-6690

Ask Us A Question

We are here to answer any questions you have. We will be in contact with you as soon as possible. Thank you for contacting Cardinal Hospice.