Care Team

  • Patient
  • Patient's loved ones
  • Primary care physician
  • RN care manager
  • LPN
  • Hospice physician
  • Chaplain
  • Social worker
  • Hospice aide
  • Registered dietician
  • Therapists
  • Volunteers

As a team, we collaborate to develop a plan of care that respects individual needs, values, and choices.

Providing care for the greatest need.
Dr. Stein, medical director »


  • Pain and symptom control
  • Physician services
  • Regular nursing visits
  • Personal care and bathing
  • Food and nutrition advice
  • Emotional and spiritual care
  • Advocacy
  • Grief counseling
  • Medical equipment such as hospital beds, wheelchairs
  • Delivery of medications
  • Volunteers' support

Thank you for making Dad’s final journey more comfortable and peaceful. You showed us all how to make that trip with grace and love; we will be forever grateful.

—Bob's 'kids'

weaving care, peace, and grace

Hospice care is a completely different mindset from all the training and experience medical providers receive. Rather than striving for recovery, hospice goals are comfort, pain management, and quality of life. Many providers prefer not to make this transition, but I believe it is the greatest need and where I can see the most benefit.

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