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Lakeview Home Health & Hospice
Your Home, Your Health, Your Choice.
A registered nurse is available on call by phone for ALL of our home health and hospice patients to answer questions, triage problems, and make extra visits if needed 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Medicare and Medicare Advantage beneficiaries are entitled to Hospice services at no additional cost to them.
Medicare beneficiaries and many Medicare Advantage enrollees' are entitled to Home Health Services without a co-pay.
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What is the difference between Home Health & Hospice Services?
Home Health provides a variety of clinical services for home bound patients during an illness or after surgery. Home Health care is short term, for all ages and must have a doctor's referral.
Home Health's goal is to move the patient back to an independent life and to enhance the patient's quality of life.
REASONS FOR HOME HEALTH
Home Health Care provides an alternative to extended hospitalization.
Recovery is often speedier and more complete in the home environment.
The patient is often happier and more comfortable in their own home.
It is usually less costly than other alternatives.
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Please visit our Home Health page to learn more about our services and its benefits.
Hospice is the "something more" that can be done for patients, and families when illness can not be cured.
Hospice uses a team approach consisting of people with many different skills, working together to plan and coordinate care.
Lakeview Home Health & Hospice believes that Hospice is specialized care designed for patients and their families to assist with and provide support during the final stages of a terminal illness, death, and bereavement period. Hospice care seeks to improve the quality of life through the coordinated efforts of professionals and volunteers. Hospice works with the patient and their family to meet their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs; to increase their ability to cope and control and to die with dignity.
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Please visit our Hospice page to learn more about our services and its benefits.
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