About

United Hearts Hospice Ideology

United Hearts Hospice provides a high level of care to terminally ill patients with a wide range of diagnosis. We strive in administering comfort and support to individuals who seek compassionate care in their final days of life. 

Our hospice care focuses on enhancing the patient's comfort and overall quality of life. The care is provided in patient's home or place of residence. 

Admission Criteria

United Hearts Hospice Health Services Inc. offers services to patients who have a terminal illness where the goal of treatment is pain management and symptom control with a limited life expectancy as diagnosed by the patient’s physician. Hospice patients do not have to be homebound. Patients, however, must be aware of their condition and reside within the service area.

Coverage

Financial coverage is available through the Hospice Medicare Benefit and many private insurance companies. No person shall be denied services based on age, race, national origin, disease, handicap, religion, gender, color, or sexual orientation.

Pursuant Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and their implementation regulations, our Agency does not discriminate in the provision of services.

Credits:

Hospital by romzicon from the Noun Project

Nurse by Wilson Joseph from the Noun Project

laundry basket by Mona Hassan from the Noun Project

Volunteer Team by www.yugudesign.com from the Noun Project

Family Counseling by Daniel Golden from the Noun Project

Religion by Ben Avery from the Noun Project

friendship by Dmitry Mirolyubov from the Noun Project

aid by Mahmure Alp from the Noun Project

Photo by Aaron Ang on Unsplash