Our mission is to provide compassionate care to our clients dealing with life-limiting illnesses or end of life’s journey through our commitment to clinical excellence and uncompromising service.
We are committed to support our deserving clients with hospice and palliative care and giving compassionate assistance to those at the end of life's journey. At Mountain View Hospice, we improve the quality of life for patients facing terminal illnesses while providing support for their loved ones.
Our teams of caregivers consist of registered nurses, physicians, home healthcare aides, social workers, chaplains, bereavement counselors and trained volunteers. They provide palliative care to ease pain and discomforting symptoms. In addition, we provide psycho-social and spiritual support for both patients and their loved ones. Patients typically receive our services in their own homes, in nursing homes, or assisted living facilities. We also serve patients and in hospitals. Our team of caring professionals are available to support the many emotions a person and their family experience during this time.
At Mountain View Hospice our Nurses and Affiliated physician, specialize in understanding and treating pain, will develop a plan of care to ease the patient's discomforting symptoms. Mountain View will provide medical supplies and equipment associated with the terminal illness, such as bandages, catheters, oxygen, hospital bed, wheelchair and walkers, at no cost to the patient. We will also provide medications to help relieve symptoms at no cost to the patient. Our team will focus on empowering the patients and their families to achieve a peaceful and comfortable end of life experience
Level of Care:
Routine Home Care
Our routine Hospice care is provided to patient in their home, nursing home, long term care facility, assisted living by our hospice interdisciplinary team. Our interdisciplinary team focuses on the patient and may include the family and patient physician, hospice medical director, hospice social worker, hospice nurse, hospice director of nursing, hospice chaplain, hospice aide, hospice volunteer and hospice bereavement coordinator.
Inpatient Care is offered to patients for short periods of time at participating facilities when the crisis or symptoms can no longer be managed in the home. This will be one of our contracted inpatient care facilities where specialized crisis and symptom management will be provided. Our hospice team will continue to visit and oversee the needs of the patient.
Continuous Care is provided during crisis situations when the patient experiences symptoms that require closer monitoring by the hospice interdisciplinary team. During these crisis situations, the hospice staff will coordinate care with the family to provide symptom management to meet the patient's needs.
Our Respite Care provides the caregiver and family a period of relief from daily care of their loved one. Our interdisciplinary care team will coordinate these services with one of our contracted respite care facilities, where the patient will reside for the respite care period. Our hospice staff will continue to visit and oversee the needs of the patient.
Our hospice services include
- Hospice Nursing
- Hospice Chaplains
- Hospice Social Workers
- Certified Nursing Assistance
- Physician Services
- Medical Equipment
- Medical Supplies/Wound Care
- Therapy Services
- Dietary Services