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What We're About 

We know that end-of-life is a sacred, yet challenging time for patients, family, and friends. Navigating the medical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the final stages of a terminal illness or other condition that leads to this ultimate transition are undoubtedly challenging. Through more than many years of providing innovative solutions that improve health and quality of life for those in need of hospice care services, our Hospice Care has established itself as one of the most experienced companies in the industry. 

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About Us

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide our terminally Ill patient and their family, the emotional support and dignified care they deserve to live their lives peacefully. Our Diverse Hospice Team provides to our patients, quality of life care with competence and compassion to live their final days with dignity. It is with devotion that we strive to make a change in the hospice community but most importantly in our patients and their family’s lives.

Our Vision Statement

To be recognized as the leading provider of end-of-life care in the communities we serve by delivering individualized care and support to our patients and their loved ones during illness progression, grief and bereavement. Our team will visit regularly, answer your questions, calm your fears, educate you about what’s happening, and adjust your care plan as needed. When crises arise, our team member will make a house call any time, including nights, weekends and holidays. Santa Rosa Hospice Care provides all four levels of hospice care, as defined by Medicare. You may receive one level or several, depending on your needs.

  • Bereavement specialist Santa Rosa Hospice offers several key services that support patients and their families as they provide hospice care at home.

  • Our Telecare clinicians are available via phone 24/7/365 to answer questions and dispatch someone to the bedside, if necessary. Medical equipment and medications will be delivered to the home, and the hospice team will begin to visit.

  • Learn what else to expect when a hospice patient starts-home care. 

  • Routine home care, wherever you call home 

  • Intensive Comfort Care for temporary, acute symptom management up to 24 hours per day at home, when medically necessary 

  • Inpatient care when symptom- s/pain can no longer be managed at home

  • Respite care for the patient in an inpatient facility to give the family a break.

Our Goal

Our Goal and philosophy are to allow the patient to retain as much autonomy and dignity. To support patients and their family through the end-of-life process with ongoing education, counseling, comfort care and symptoms management.  By providing patient and family with physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort.  We assure that our patients and their families are not alone in this process. Santa Rosa Hospice Care will help guide them through this transition. 

Medicare Part A covers up to 100% of the cost of hospice care related to a hospice-eligible patient’s advanced illness, with no deductible or copayment. For patients with Medicare Advantage, hospice is covered by original Medicare. Patients with a private or employer-provided health plan should check with their insurance provider for details about hospice eligibility, coverage and out-of-pocket expenses. Medicaid provides hospice coverage, but it varies by state.

Who Pays for Hospice?

Hospice care is a special kind of care that focuses on the quality of life for people and their caregivers who are experiencing an advanced, life-limiting illness. Hospice care provides compassionate care for people in the last phases of incurable disease so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.

The most common level of hospice care, this includes nursing and home health aide services. This is when a patient needs continuous nursing care during a time of crisis. Hospice is not a place, it is a concept for those who have life-limiting illnesses. Even when medicine cannot provide a cure, it can offer comfort, care, and assistance that help maintain a better quality of life for the patient. This type of attention is called palliative care. It involves the aggressive treatment of physical and emotional pain and symptoms. It focuses on enhancing a patient’s comfort and improving that person’s quality of life.

Centuries ago, a hospice was a shelter for travelers. Over the years, it evolved into a refuge where people could find care, comfort and support during difficult times in their journey through life. It is to help with this journey that Santa Rosa Hospice Care has been founded to assist patients and families who are coping with terminal illnesses.

What is a Hospice?

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Your Comfort Our Priority

  • Physician

  • Registered nurse

  • Social worker

  • Hospice aide

  • Chaplain

  • Community volunteer

  • Bereavement specialist

Your Hospice Team Includes:

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