Reliable Hospice is available to our patients, their family and caregivers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Our hospice professionals are dedicated to providing care and support to help our patients live life as comfortably and meaningfully as possible. We are here to guide you through a situation that may have you and your loved ones feeling powerless. Our goal is to ease the emotional burdens of the patients’ families as they experience the end of life’s journey.

Your Reliable Hospice Team will include:

  • Hospice Physicians – With years of experience in hospice care, our doctors work in conjunction with your attending physician and the hospice team to assess, direct and approve the plan of care.
  • Registered Nurses/Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) – Reliable’s nurses and LVNs manage the coordination of medical services to ensure a comprehensive approach to pain and symptom management.
  • Home Health Aides – You won’t find more attentive and compassionate individuals to help with the personal care (such as bathing, grooming and feeding) of our patients.
  • Social Workers – Providing emotional support to our patient and families, Reliable’s team of dedicated social workers can assist you with the financial and community resources you’ll need to navigate end-of-life decisions.
  • Chaplain/Spiritual Care Providers – Our caring pastor provides spiritual support to patients and family members. He is available to help coordinate services with community clergy members, to listen or to lend a shoulder to lean on.
  • Hospice Volunteers – Trained volunteers are available for a variety of volunteer services for patients, families and caregivers.
  • Bereavement Support Services – Grief support is offered throughout your care as well as bereavement services to loved ones and friends as needed.


Reliable Hospice’s Circle of Care

The Hospice Circle of Care depicts the holistic continuum of care rendered by Reliable Hospice’s professionals and trained volunteers working together as a team to assess and meet the patient’s and families’ unique needs as the end of life draws near.