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Hospice care is a philosophy of respect and caring for the entire family during a difficult time while helping patients live out the remaining months of their lives in comfort, dignity and peace.
Einstein Montgomery Hospice is a patient-centered program providing coordinated care for individuals with a life expectancy of six months or less who are no longer pursuing curative treatment. Diagnoses include:
To use our hospice services, consult your physician or call:610-272-1080
Hospice care should start when further curative treatments are no longer recommended or desired. The sooner we start our care, the more effectively we can support and enhance the quality of life for both you and your family.
Hospice care can be provided in your home, the hospital, assisted living or care facility.
Our staff will work in conjunction with your physician to monitor your treatment. Members of our hospice team include:
We offer supportive services to meet the varied and changing physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of you and your family, including:
Join the dedicated team of caring persons serving patients and families facing terminal illness by becoming a hospice volunteer. Volunteers help people face the end of life by providing companionship, caregiver respite, bereavement support, complimentary therapies and more.
Volunteers have flexible visit schedules and see patients in their geographical area. Volunteers are required to complete 15 hours of training, which is offered throughout the year.
For more information, please contact Janice Rackovan, Volunteer Coordinator, at 610-272-1080.
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