The decision to retain the services of hospice care is an important one that requires thoughtful consideration backed by thorough research and straightforward information. This is an important time for you and your loved one and demands the best decision based on all the information available. This Decision Guide is intended to give you a way to educate yourself and the people you love about the many services and benefits of Unity Hospice Care.
“I’m researching hospice care options for a loved one.”
Our focus is to enable our patients to live as fully and comfortably as possible while providing spiritual and palliative care through God’s grace. This special care is primarily provided in the patient’s home. However, those living in nursing homes, assisted living facilities or other in-patient facilities may also be eligible.
The company is headed by Patricia Sherman, a registered nurse with over 30 years of hospital, home health, hospice and classroom experience.
For more information, call 888.756.7322 or 901.756.7322.
In addition to pain control and symptom relief, hospice provides support for patients and their families during a difficult time. Our focus is on the patient and family rather than the disease.
Our staff is well trained and equipped to meet your hospice needs. We bring more than 30 years experience in our industry, having worked with hundreds of patients and families who have experienced the care and comfort provided by our professional staff.
After a loved one passes, we want your last memories to be special and positive. We want you to feel your family member was in good hands with Unity Hospice.
Talk it over with your family. Discuss candidly the primary reasons why you are considering hospice care. Emphasize the importance of your loved one being comfortable, cared for and pain free. Your decision will be made easier by ensuring your family’s questions are answered, and they are well-informed.
Above all, remember that your family members love and care about your loved one just as you do. Their happiness and well-being are their utmost concerns. When they see you are acting in your loved one’s best interests, they will be confident – and supportive, too.