Christina and Tina cared for my mother as though she was their mother. That level of care was a gift to both my mom and to me. Living over 1500 miles from mom was so difficult; however, knowing these two incredible women were caring for her made being so far away not quite so hard. In my Mom's final days, Christina was so wonderful to make daily calls to me and allow the use of her personal phone for me to say my final goodbyes. Because of the love and dedication expressed by these these two, it has inspired me to make future plans to be a hospice volunteer. I also appreciate Daniel who also was so kind and communicative the last couple of days that my mom was living and going through the transition to her heavenly life. Sincerely, Karen Haltom of Cary, North Carolina
Excellent Nursing and attention to all medical details! Warm and considerate of our family's needs. Will definitely recommend this group.
I don't normally write reviews but when someone does an outstanding job I like to commend them. I wont be able to put into words how much this group of people means to me and my family. I am forever grateful that Scott Myers and his team were put in my families life at just the right time. They are truely professionals with a love and passion for their patients. During the last year of my moms life she had many nurses and care givers in her world and none of them could come close to the Love and compassion that Scott & Garrett just to name a couple had for my mom. They were truely blessings. If you are in need of their services you will be in good hands with Hospice of the South Plains.
I have known Bruce ROCAP for years as comarketers for the senior community. He is always my go to man for hospice for one of my patients, however, twice I have called him for family and he came through. My father-in-law Henry White. And my own precious mom... Karen Cameron. Scott insured that no matter what, my mom would be admitted. Nothing less than first class all the way. As a nurse and an advocate for seniors, Scott and Bruce reminded me it is time to be the daughter. Bruce stayed with my sister Barbara and I at Lakeridge nursing and rehab the night mom passed. I will always recommend them and words are not enough to tell how much I LOVE them.