Serenity’s hospice care is peaceful, compassionate support that comes straight from the heart. Our staff is trained to provide exceptional care while treating you or your loved one like family. While our focus is not to find a cure for the terminal illness, we strive to provide the highest quality of care and comfort.
Receiving hospice care can change the progression of life and death, as we have had patients live longer than expected due to receiving the appropriate care through Serenity.
When a patient decides it is time to forego aggressive treatment and seek quality care at the end of life, that’s when we can help. Our staff provides at-home services including end of life care, support for families, and care in other areas such as social, spiritual, and emotional. We work together to develop a plan of care that will enhance the quality of life and provide support for the patient and family during the illness and grieving period.
Our scope of care and heart for what we do is deep and wide.
If any of these signs and symptoms apply to your current situation, please contact us to learn more about what Serenity Hospice Care can do to help you or your loved one:
- Chest pain at rest
- Continuous use of oxygen
- Decline in overall physical and mental status
- Difficulty swallowing
- Frequent hospitalizations or ER visits
- Profound weakness or fatigue
- Recurrent edema or swelling
- Repeat infections (such as pneumonia, bronchitis, UTI’s)
- Shortness of breath
- Significant weight loss within the last 6 months
- Uncontrolled pain
When you contact Serenity, we will educate you on what hospice is, work with the referring physician, and begin servicing the patient and family within a 24-hour period of receiving the doctor’s referral. Additionally, we encourage you to research the benefits of hospice care and speak with your physician about hospice.
“Hospice care is a great benefit that serves both the patient and family. Also, the opportunity to care for everyone involved with a compassionate approach and ensure quality nursing, social, and spiritual care has always been our mission.” – Serenity Hospice Care Founders