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Studies have shown that when a person enrolls in hospice care they are more likely to have increased family satisfaction and better symptom and pain management. They are also less likely to undergo tests or be given medication they don’t need or want.
Yes. Our goal is to provide optimal care to the patient. Our medical team coordinates care with the patient and family to ensure symptom management. When you begin hospice care, medication and other treatments to cure your serious illness will stop. For example, if you are receiving chemotherapy that is meant to treat or cure your cancer, that must end before you can enter hospice care. However, a person in hospice can continue to take medications to treat other conditions or symptoms, for example, high blood pressure.
Hospice services can be provided in the comfort of your home, long-term care facilities, foster homes, and Assisted or Independent Living Facilities.
“Dear Trinity, I want to tell you what a wonderful job your nurses did for me after I got out of the hospital. They always called to tell me they were coming and were always on time. They were totally professional in every way, but they cared deeply about me and always asked questions and were responsive to my every need. They were superior in every way to the nurse's I had before. Thank you for such great care! ”
El Paso, Texas
Our company headquarters are In El Paso, Texas. We are proud to serve the West Texas Region and plan to expand our services to new areas. Soon we will be providing quality hospice care in a city near you!