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Hospice care requires a special level of expertise and dedication to patients and their families. With Hospice of the South Plains, you can expect our dependable and compassionate staff will help your loved ones be as comfortable as possible when they need it most.
Levels of Care
Hospice of the South Plains is there for you, providing compassionate care and knowledgeable guidance every step of your journey. We provide personalized choices for how you can receive care, up-to-date approaches to pain and symptom management, and peace of mind.
When should a decision about entering a hospice program be made and who should make it? Find answers to several commonly asked questions about hospice care and find out how our outstanding team of care providers can help you and your loved one through this challenging time.
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At Hospice of the South Plains, we strive to provide excellent care. Our mission is to provide comfort where there is pain, solutions where there are challenges, and peace where there is chaos in the lives of our patients and their loved ones. We are here to support, listen, and respond to your care with compassion and understanding.
Frequently asked questions
from our community
Is Hospice right for me?
At any time during a life-limiting illness, it’s appropriate to discuss all of a patient’s care options, including hospice. By law the decision belongs to the patient or their surrogate decision maker. Most hospices accept patients who have a life-expectancy of six months or less and who are referred by a physician. The team at Hospice of the South Plains is always available to discuss any questions or concerns you or your family may have regarding eligibility.
Should I wait for our physician?
Patients and families should feel free to discuss hospice care at any time with their physician, other health care professionals, clergy or friends. Most physicians are fully informed about hospice. If you or your physician would like more information on our our services, Hospice of the South Plains has staff available 24-hours a day to answer any questions.
How do I request care?
Hospice of the South Plains staff is available 24-hours a day to assist you through the admissions process. During this time we outline the many services available the patient and provide consent and insurance forms similar to what a patient may sign when entering a hospital.
How do I pay for hospice care?
Hospice is paid for through the Medicare Hospice Benefit, Medicaid Hospice Benefit, and most private insurers. If a person does not have coverage through Medicare, Medicaid or a private insurance company, hospice will work with the person and their family to ensure needed services can be provided. We provide services to everyone in need regardless of their ability to pay.