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Hospice Care

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Hospice Care Services

Caring for an individual facing a life-limiting circumstance can be challenging enough. The feeling of uncertainty, scared, confused and very often, feeling alone can add overwhelming anxiety to an individual and their family.

Circle of Care Hospice Care is a special kind of compassionate companionship that provides both comfort care, or the emotional, physical and spiritual support, and symptom management, or the relief from pain and side effects that are often associated with terminal illness or disease. 

Our hospice professionals collaborate with family, personal physician and medical staff, spiritual advisor, and hospice director to provide dignified, compassionate care and provide emotional support to individuals realizing the final stages of life.

Hospice Care Management Services

Serving Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, San Diego County, and San Bernardino County

Comfort Care
Symptom Management
Care Management
Hospice care services, compassionate and dignified care, holistic companionship, symptom management and in-home aid care services for the final stages of a life-limiting illness or disease.

What you should know about Hospice Care Services

Circle of Care Hospice Care services are for individuals facing a terminal medical condition, illness or disease wanting to avoid hospitalization or forego curative treatments. Generally, hospice patients prefer to spend their final days in the comfort of their own home and focus on things that matter most to them and their loved ones.

Hospice Care is typically funded by Medicare Part A, Medicaid, MediCal, the Department of Veteran’s Affairs for qualifying veterans and their spouses, and most private insurance companies. Private insurance companies may have co-pays depending on your plan.

Circle of Care aims to provide compassionate comfort care, relief from pain and suffering, provide physical, mental, spiritual support to individuals in the final stages of life.

Yes. Patients with terminal prognosis needs to be certified by a physician.

Circle of Care provides an interdisciplinary approach that includes compassionate comfort care to support ones mental, physical, emotional and spiritual well-being, and symptom management that reduces suffering including pain management and relief from side effects associated with disease or illness. Circle of care also provides home care services that sustain activities of daily living, or ADL's, and Instrumental activities of daily living, or IADL's, and respite family care.

Hospice care is typically for patients in the last 6 months of life. However, if a patient's condition improves, Circle of Care hospice team will work to change to another care option.

Discuss hospice care with your physician and contact Circle of Care for a no-obligation consultation. We can help tailor an individualized hospice care approach that's right for you or your family loved one.

How Can We Help?

Let us tailor an individualized Hospice Care approach for you or your loved one.

Professional, compassionate hospice care services.

Flexible In-Home Hospice Care Tailored to Individual Needs.

Serving the counties of: Orange, Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino