Our caring Hospice professionals develop an understanding of your needs and work with you to provide the emotional, spiritual, and medical support to face the final stages of life.
Find out how we can help you, your colleagues, your patients, and their families experience end-of-life care from our advanced illness experts while honoring patients’ wishes and values.
We will meet with you during your hospital stay and coordinate support services to help get you back home safely. Our program provides Follow Up Care to help reduce the risk of rehospitalization.
No matter how complex or challenging a patient’s symptoms, we offer hospice and palliative care solutions that many other providers do not. We'll develop a unique Care Plan to address all unmet needs.
Our speakers present to community, business, healthcare and professional groups. Topics include hospice and palliative care, dementia care and grief support.
Anyone with a serious illness who doctors think has a short time to live (generally 6 months or less) usually qualifies for hospice care. For Medicare to pay for hospice care, patients must stop medical treatment intended to cure or control their illness.
It’s important to talk with your doctor about your illness and how your disease is progressing. Starting hospice early may be able to provide months of meaningful care and quality time. If you're unsure, call Pacific Coast Hospice and ask for an evaluation.
No difference. Pacific Coast Hospice is a medical provider licensed to provide both in-home hospice care and facility based (inpatient) care. We inpatient care we partner with multiple highly rated facilities throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Hospice can be provided in many settings such as a private home, nursing home, assisted living facility, or in a hospital. Many people choose to receive hospice care at home so their friends and family can visit as they wish.
Studies have shown that when a person enrolls in Hospice Care they are more likely to have increased family satisfaction and better symptom and pain management.
While some may think hospice provides full-time care, this is rarely the case. Although hospice provides a lot of support, most of the day-to-day care of a person dying is provided by family and friends. However, a person from a hospice care team is always available by phone 24/7.
Our story began with our founding members taking a trip to the ocean and feeling a sense of calmness and relaxation. We aim to provide those same feelings of calmness and relaxation to our patients and their families. Experience is at the heart of what we do and our culture is grounded in respect and empathy. It's how we deliver high quality Hospice care for our patients and families.
Pacific Coast Hospice
2919 S Ellsworth Rd Ste 129
Mesa, AZ 85212-2167
Tel (480) 637-4100
Pacific Coast Hospice does not discriminate in access to its services based on race, color, nation origin, sex, age, or disability. Language assistance is available free of charge. Copyright © 2022 PCH USA, LLC. All rights reserved.