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Faith & Hope Hospice and Palliative Care is a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. We are one of the few organizations accredited by The Joint Commission to provide both hospice and palliative care services. We provide home-based services wherever the patient lives, be that a home, skilled nursing facility, assisted living facility, retirement community, convalescent hospital, board and care, etc. serving Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Los Angeles, and the and surrounding areas.

What is Hospice?

Hospice is a type of service tailored for individuals facing life-limiting illness. We focus on quality of life, as determined by the patient. Our care focuses on the patient and their loved ones addressing needs on every level: physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual.

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What is Palliative Care?

Faith & Hope Palliative Care manages the pain and symptoms of serious illness, and addresses the side-effects of treatment, including the mental and emotional stress it creates. Patients receiving Faith & Hope Palliative Care may or may not be in the terminal phase of illness. They may continue to receive curative treatment (like chemotherapy, radiation, etc.), aggressive therapy/rehabilitation, and home health care services. Faith and Hope Palliative Care also bridges the gap between the patient, their families, and their healthcare providers in order to effectively achieve the patient’s goals.

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What is hospice?

Hospice is a type of care tailored for individuals facing terminal illness with a prognosis of six months or less. We provide patient-centered care that focuses on maintaining and improving quality of life on every level: physical, emotional, interpersonal, and spiritual. Hospice supports the patient and their loved ones. Hospice tailors the care provided to each individual to meet their own special needs.

How much does hospice cost?

Typically, there is no out of pocket cost for hospice care. Medicare and Medi-Cal, and most private insurance plans cover hospice care 100%. However, some insurance plans may require a co-pay. Because we believe everyone facing terminal illness deserves quality hospice care, we won’t turn anyone away based solely on an inability to pay.

Where is hospice care provided?

Hospice used to be a place a dying person went in their final days. Today, however, hospice goes to the patient, wherever they call home: private residence, skilled nursing facility, assisted living, etc.

Who is eligible for hospice?

Anyone who has a life-limiting, terminal illness with a life expectancy of 6 months or less and is no longer receiving curative treatments is eligible to receive hospice care. If you or a loved one are interested in receiving hospice services, or if are unsure if you qualify, please give us a call at (626) 869-2151 or send us a message. We are more than happy to talk with you about your specific situation and our nurses can even meet with you in person for a full evaluation. This evaluation is available free of charge and with no obligation.

What does hospice care provide?

Hospice provides a team of people including

  • i. Physician
  • ii. Nurse
  • iii. Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA)
  • iv. Social Worker
  • v. Spiritual Coordinator
  • vi. Music Therapist
  • vii. Volunteers
  • viii. and more

Medications to manage symptoms related to the terminal illness
Medical equipment and supplies
Coaching for the family on how to provide care

Can I keep my physician?

Yes, patients are able to keep their primary care physician. Our doctors and nurses will work closely with the primary care physician to ensure quality care and ideal symptom management.

Is hospice care provided 24 hours a day?

Whether it’s after hours, weekends, and/or holidays, our team of professionals are available to triage symptoms by phone, or visit if needed for the comfort and wellbeing of our patients.

Will my medications be discontinued?

Hospice does not automatically stop all medications. Instead, the hospice nurse will review all current medications with the patient, family, and doctors. Together, they will determine which medications should be continued, changed, added, or stopped.

Can I change my mind about hospice?

Hospice does not have to be a permanent choice. A patient or family may choose to stop hospice care at any time.

Does hospice provide grief support?

Hospice provides bereavement care and counseling to the surviving family and close friends for up to a year after a patient dies.