In-home support
for families

We provide comprehensive care to people nearing end of life in the Greater Phoenix Area. Pacific Coast Hospice is certified by Medicare® and licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Employee in scrubs assisting patient with paperwork in a home

Hospice is about living life to the fullest

Nursing, Aide, and Social Work Care

Comprehensive Medical care is provided directly in home, we bring our care to you.

Pharmacy and Home Equipment

Our Pharmacy delivers medications directly to your home, as well as home equipment.

Bereavement Support

Our Chaplains and Counselors provide support services including bereavement and grief therapy.

Volunteer Services

Volunteers are an integral part of the hospice team, filling roles such as companionship, help with errands, gardening, or pet therapy.

With hospice, the patient is in control

Your hospice team a physician, nurse, hospice aide, social worker, chaplain, volunteer and bereavement managerarrive at a time and on a schedule you have agreed to.

What is Hospice?

Hospice is a concept of care (service), not a place. Hospice is Medical care that comforts and supports patients and their families when an advanced illness cant be cured. Hospice can be provided anywhere a person calls home-often times a private home, group home, nursing facility, or other adult care facility.

  • Make the most of your time remaining

    We treat the symptoms of advanced illness for people during their last months, weeks, and days of life. The goal of hospice is to make the most of the time that remains.

  • The Hospice Team

    Hospice is provided by a team of professionals specially trained in end-of-life care. They manage a patients pain and discomfort and support the whole family around the emotional, social, and spiritual aspects of death and dying.

  • Paying for Hospice Care

    Most hospice patients don't pay out of pocket for services related to the reason they are on hospice. Medicare Part A covers up to 100% of the cost of hospice care related to a hospice-eligible patients diagnosis (cause of illness), with no deductible or copayment.

Hospice Nurse in home with stethoscope and clipboard

What is Palliative Care?

To palliate is to make a disease or its symptoms less severe or unpleasant without removing the cause. Generally, palliative care is provided within the context of serious illness.

  • Similar to Hospice Care

    Palliative care is a healthcare specialty that focuses on managing the pain, symptoms and stress of a serious illness for patients of any age and at any stage of a disease.

  • Coverage for Palliative Care varies by Insurance Plan

    Medicare Part B and Medicaid cover some types of palliative care, but you might have co-pays for some treatments and medications that are not covered. The same holds true for private plans, which typically cover palliative care, but each members plan may be different.

Palliative Care Nurse at home with Senior Woman

How can we help?
Call (480) 637-4100

Pacific Coast Hospice Quality Metrics

Recorded in Fiscal Year 2020 for Pacific Coast Hospice Program (HIS)

Screened for Pain & Assessment at Admission
Screened for Dyspnea at Admission
Advance Directives, Beliefs Screened at Admission

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