• Many families make the choice of hospice for the peace of mind, dignity, and specialized care an inpatient hospice offers. The skilled physicians and nurses of Angel Bright Hospice are highly trained in symptom management and all aspects of end of life care.
  • Hospice care is not just about the patient, it is also about their loved ones. The experienced and loving staff at the Angel Bright Hospice provides support and comfort to the patients' families and friends, too. Bereavement counseling is provided for families of the deceased for up to one year after the death of your loved one.
  • Hospice care is palliative not curative. Pain and symptom management will allow your loved one to live as full and comfortable as possible.
  • Angel Bright Hospice also has literature available, chaplains and counselors that will discusses and explain the dying process, death, and the grief that will certainly follow afterwards. Angel Bright Hospice is not just about treating the patients; it is also about treating family and friends who love them, for they are at the point where they need care and love, too.
  • Hospice care is not just about the patient, it is also about their loved ones. The experienced and loving staff at the Angel Bright Hospice provides support and comfort to the patients' families and friends, too. Bereavement counseling is provided for families of the deceased for up to one year after the death of your loved one.

What are the criteria for admission to hospice?

  • Admission to hospice is a voluntary process that the patient and family choose to participate in. A patient’s physician certifies the patient has a terminal illness, with a limited life expectancy. During the intake interview the patient signs a form indicating their consent to participate. A plan of care is developed with input from the patient and family members.