Hospice Services

Hospice Care

New Vision Hospice & Palliative Care provides hospice services in Los Angeles to patients when it is determined that additional medical intervention or further hospitalization will not cure the individual. The caring, professional team at New Vision Hospice & Palliative Care is always there for these patients and their families, helping them to retain their dignity and their comfort in their last days at home with their family, pets and a familiar setting.

Palliative Care

New Vision Hospice & Palliative Care offers at-home palliative care services to the patients. Palliative care is focused on the physical and emotional effects of an illness Palliative care is for those that may be going through an illness or condition that will resolve itself and they only need temporary help. This is a great resource for someone living with a serious illness, but doesn’t have a limited time to live.

Palliative Care

Services Offered:

Expert hospice care for those who are facing a terminal illness or life threatening medical condition. The team at New Vision Hospice & Palliative Care provides the compassion and care that patients and their caregivers need, helping to support everyone through this difficult time.

Palliative care for managing pain and other symptoms. New Vision Hospice & Palliative Care believes in optimizing the time one has left in their life, by proactively working to minimize pain and suffering for the patient. Palliative care is provided in a team approach that aims to help both the patient and their family, by offering a multi-disciplinary approach for care.

Support for counseling and bereavement. Our caring staff provides assistance and genuine compassion when addressing families’ concerns and to help guide caregivers and families through this difficult time, helping them make the tough decisions as they come along.

The services that the Medicare Hospice Benefit covers are:

Doctor services
Nursing Care
Medical equipment (such as hospital beds, wheelchairs or walkers)
Medical supplies (such as bandages and catheters)
Drugs to control pain and other symptoms
Home health aide and homemaker services
Physical and occupational therapy
Speech therapy (to help with problems such as swallowing)
Social worker services
Dietary counseling
Emotional and spiritual counseling to help the patient and family with grief and loss
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