Hospice Care Network - Hospice Inn

Hospice Care Network - Hospice Inn

We provide support to patients with life-limiting illnesses, and their families to enhance the quality of life at the end of lives. A team of specially trained professionals-physicians, nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, bereavement counselors, chaplains and volunteers-all work with the patient and family to create a plan of care tailored to meet the patient's unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

Hospice does not take a narrow view of complexities of the needs of patients with an irreversible illness and their families. While the control of physical pain and other physical symptoms is the central and primary concern for caregivers, it is not the only priority. The patient with an irreversible illness suffers from an array of emotional, spiritual, social and financial problems. The rationale for Hospice caregiving is that it is impossible for any one discipline to provide the range of services required. Through the team approach, Hospice helps patients and families attain optimum quality of life.

70 Pinelawn Road
Melville, New York 11747
Fax: (631) 773-6714
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Melville, New York

Hospice Care Network - Hospice Inn provides Hospice Care in New York and is based in Melville. Hospice Care Network - Hospice Inn is a local Home Care Agency that provides Hospice Care in many areas throughout New York and is based in Melville. Contact Hospice Care Network - Hospice Inn today for all of your Home Health Care needs in New York.

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