Welcome to Home Hospice of Georgia
We are a Physician owned and operated, Atlanta based hospice licensed across 20 counties that provides personalized care from the heart! We provide comprehensive hospice care that allows you or your loved one to remain at home and enjoy the highest quality of life for as long as possible.
Hospice is a higher calling for us and we consider ourselves privileged to have our communities invite us into their homes and families to help in the care of their loved one. Once again, welcome to Home Hospice of Georgia where you will always be welcomed with open arms and open hearts!
Highlights of our Hospice Program
- 100% covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances,
- 24/7 Nursing on-call services so we can assist you when you need it the most,
- We cover the cost of medication related to the patients hospice diagnosis,
- We cover the cost of medical equipment (i.e. beds, wheelchairs and oxygen, etc…),
- Access to 4 Inpatient Hospice Units across Atlanta,
- A dedicated and experienced team of Physicians, Nurses, Chaplains, Social Workers and Volunteers,
- Comfort care in the convenience of your home surrounded by friends and family!
We’re here to help!
Whether you’re already with another Hospice Agency or have questions about Hospice and what we can do to help, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 678-257-2690. We understand how difficult it can be to navigate the care of a loved one and are here to help whether you decide to work with us or not!
Routine Home Care
Routine home care is the most common form of hospice care and is delivered in the patient’s home, whether it be a private residence, nursing home, assisted living community or alternative senior living residence.
When symptoms cannot be effectively managed through home care, patients can utilize an inpatient bed which provides around the clock care for a short-period of time until they can return back to routine home care.
We have a passionate group of volunteers that can provide companionship to our patients through playing games, music, reading or providing respite care if the family caregiver needs to run a short errand. All volunteers are screened and taken through our volunteer training program.
Caring for a critically or terminally ill loved one can be difficult for all involved. Respite care allows the patient to be admitted to a inpatient bed for between 1-5 days to provide a break for the family caregiver.
When pain or symptoms become uncontrollable, continuous care can be used to provide Nurse and Caregiver care for between 8-24 hours a day at the patient’s home to maintain their comfort.
We will be by your side following the loss of a loved one to help provide grief support through various services including home visits by chaplains, volunteers and bereavement specialists or information about bereavement support groups in your community.
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Our hospice is licensed in 20 counties across the Greater Atlanta Area