For Patients & Caregivers

Hospice Midland is committed to providing the highest quality care to our patients.

What is Hospice Care?

Hospice focuses on quality of life when you have received a diagnosis of a life-limiting illness. Hospice provides the most effective medical care to control pain and symptoms, offering emotional and spiritual support to patients and those who love them. Patients are treated with dignity; their pain is brought under control and then they can focus on living each day to the fullest.

Hospice care includes:

What to expect

Hospice of Midland provides a true community of care for patients and their families.

When is the Right Time for Hospice?

Hospice is not just for the last days of life; it is for the last phase of life. That often begins when a person receives a prognosis that his or her disease process will only worsen and cannot be cured. A patient, family member, physician or may begin the process with a simple phone call. Once a patient is admitted to Hospice of Midland, he or she will be assigned to a care team. These specially trained individuals will visit the patient’s home or current place of residence and assess their needs.

Paying for Hospice Care

Hospice services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private health insurance plans. Hospice of Midland provides care regardless of one’s ability to pay. Neither the patient nor their families ever receive a bill for our services.

Where is Hospice Care Provided?

Hospice is not a place it is a philosophy of care that is delivered wherever the patient calls home. This may include a personal residence, long-term care facility, hospital, assisted living facility, group home or homeless shelter.

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