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Hospice is a philosophy of care. The hospice philosophy recognizes death as the final stages of life and seeks to enable patients to continue an alert, pain-free life and to manage other symptoms so that their last days may be spent with dignity and quality, surrounded by their loved ones. Hospice affirms life and does not hasten or postpone death.

Hospice care treats the person rather than the disease; it highlights quality rather than length of life. It provides family-centered care involving the patient and family in making decisions. Care is provided for the patient and family 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Hospice care can be given in the patient’s home, a hospital, nursing home, or private hospice facility

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Families facing a life-limiting illness have unique needs. At United Hospice, we understand those needs, which is why we’ve made a commitment to quality: quality of expertise, quality of care, quality of service and, most of all, quality of life. We are ready to provide the dignity, compassion and comfort that will give your family the fullest quality of life until the end.

We believe in a holistic approach to treatment: caring for the physical, social, emotional and spiritual well-being of every patient. Our care team will provide assistance in pain management, bereavement support, medical equipment, supplies, and medication related to the life-limiting illness, as well as consultation with the pharmacist and dietitians.

Through United Hospice, both patient and family will find comfort, support, closure, personal and spiritual peace, self-respect and respect for the fullness of life.

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United Hospice is happy to answer any questions you have, provide our locations in the Southeast, and assist you with your needs related to transitioning the care of a loved one.

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Resources

Helpful information on Pallitative Care, Grieving and Professional Hospice.