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When given a choice, the vast majority of patients choose to spend their remaining time in their own home surrounded by loved ones rather than in a hospital. Pathway Hospice provides the palliative care and symptom management necessary to make that possible. Our goal is simple; to give patients the best possible care to ensure the absolute highest quality of life.

How Pathway Hospice Can Help

Pathway Hospice offers a variety of programs designed to meet the diverse needs of its patients.

    • Rapid Response Clinical Team
    • Volunteer Program
    • Bereavement Services
    • The 11th Hour Program
    • Cultural Liaison Initiative
    • Paths Remembered Legacy Project
    • The Wish
    • Virtual Dementia Program (Certified Trainer on Staff)
    • Veterans Program
    • Community Devotional and Music Services
    • Celebrations Program
    • Integrated Holistics:
      • Reiki
      • Massage
      • Aromatherapy
      • Guided Meditation

Learn about the hospice eligibility requirements for:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Cancer
  • Cerebral Vascular Accident/Stroke
  • Heart Disease
  • Liver Disease
  • Renal Failure
  • Pulmonary Disease
  • Neurological Conditions

In order to qualify for hospice care, the patient’s doctor, and often a hospice doctor as well, must determine that the patient is terminally ill, with a life expectancy of six months or less; the decision to treat someone at a higher level of care falls to the hospice physician.

Our client satisfaction rate has consistently ranked amongst the highest of hospice providers in our area.

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