Patients who require pain or symptom management receive 24-hour care until their condition stabilizes, when they may return home. Watch this video to see what admission to a house means for your care.
Each situation is assessed individually to determine the appropriate level of care. When symptoms are under control, patients may return home.
To meet the many needs of those with advancing illness, we strive to provide the most comprehensive care available in Marion County. We have expanded our services with a pre-hospice program called Transitions. It’s free and open to those still receiving treatment. Take the quiz to see if it’s right for you.
The theme for 2016 National Hospice & Palliative Care Month is Know Your Options!
Advance directives and Living Wills give families choices for their care when illness strikes. Making those plans in advance prevents decision-making in a crisis.
Download our free Living Will and talk to your loved ones about your final wishes before it’s too late.
Still, we are just a phone call away. We’re here to help, so just call (352) 873-7400 for information, to find out how you can volunteer or donate to support our mission. Or email us at email@example.com.
Below are Quick Links to help you learn more about the services of Hospice of Marion County.