Hospice and Palliative Care

Hospice care provides a structured approach for patients with terminal illnesses who have a life expectancy of six months or less despite receiving curative treatments.

Plans of care are customized to each patient’s specific needs and preferences, honoring their choices and values. Often, hospice care takes place in the patient’s home, allowing them to remain in a familiar setting with loved ones. Additionally, hospice care supports family members, offering guidance and counseling as they navigate the end-of-life experience.

Pre-Hospice Care
Hospice Anywhere

Serious Illness Medicine

Pre-hospice care for patients facing a life threatening illness who wish to continue curative treatment.


Hospice Care at Home

Designed to fit individual needs for patients living at home, in assisted living and/ or in a nursing facility.


Inpatient Hospice Care

Inpatient hospice is offered when appropriate care can no longer be provided at home.

Frequently Asked Questions


Provides information and support for planning, caring for a loved one, living with an illness, or grieving a loss.

Family Caregiver Alliance

Offers educational publications, newsletters, fact sheets, and audio conferences related to the unique needs of caregivers.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs | Hospice Benefits

Information on VA hospice services and benefits. Your VA or hospice social worker can provide more details about this financial resource if needed.

Medicare Hospice Benefits

This official government booklet includes information about the Medicare hospice benefit.