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Hospice provides comfort, care and compassion for those who are terminally ill.
Alliance Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice is a non-profit organization that recognizes that both the patient and their families are involved in this difficult decision of choosing hospice care. The focus of this Medicare- and Medicaid-certified program is to maximize the quality of remaining life for the patient and family. This is completed by delivering comprehensive services that meet the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and their loved ones.
We offer services that provide assurance, peace and confidence. Services are provided in the home and inpatient settings. Nursing care is provided on an intermittent basis and a nurse is available 24 hours a day for questions or problem solving.
Hospice coordinates patient care through the patient's physician and hospice medical director.
Hospice provides state-of-the-art pain and symptom control.
Hospice pays for medications and equipment related to the terminal illness.
Hospice provides intermittent visits to the patient’s place of residence as determined by the hospice team.
Hospice care provided through an inpatient facility up to five days to allow the caregivers respite.
Hospice provides 24-hour, in-home care during a crisis.
Hospice care can be provided through an inpatient facility for symptom and/or pain control.
Hospice can provide counseling for up to 13 months for the surviving family.
- Skilled nurse provides home visits
- Educational and training of family
- Coordinates physician ordered care
- Pain and symptom management
Home Care Aide
Assist patients with personal care needs and maintenance of a clean, safe and comfortable environment
- Clinical intervention for emotional and social needs
- Coordination of community resources
- Patient's spiritual leader remains involved
- Other spiritual support is available
Therapies and Volunteers
- Physical, occupational, speech, massage and dietary
- Volunteer support services are available to the patient and family for respite and visitation
When a patient's condition is determined to be terminal, with months rather than years of life expectancy, a request for Hospice Care is appropriate.
Have your physician contact Alliance Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice or call with any questions.
Alliance Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice
885 South Sawburg Road - Suite 106
Alliance, OH 44601