The primary goal of hospice is providing quality of life for individuals and their loved ones experiencing advanced stages of a life-limiting illness such as cancer. The compassionate care provided by hospice helps people in the final phases of an incurable disease live as comfortably as possible. When curative procedures are no longer effective, hospice provides support and care while managing symptoms and pain for patients to live without fear.
Idaho Falls Hospice Care has a team of professional medical directors, nurses, medical social workers, and hospice aides that meet patient’s needs at an intimate level in providing such services. This team of experts, including physicians, focuses on providing patients with the best possible care and comfort. Our hospice services incorporate spiritual and emotional care and needs, catering to the patient’s well-being, including their loved ones. We facilitate this care through a team of bereavement professionals, chaplains, and volunteers.
Regardless of the setting, Idaho Falls Hospice Care is always ready to provide support wherever the patients are located. This includes hospitals, independent and assisted living facilities and nursing homes. We achieve this by collaborating with existing care providers making sure the patient and family receive the best and appropriate support.