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Palliative Care

We help you rehabilitate after a stroke, disease, or any type of surgery.

Hospice Services

We will be there to increase your level of comfort.

Hospice Assessment

Hospice is centered on caring for the whole patient – with expert medical care, pain management and emotional and spiritual support – along with resources, information and emotional support for your family. Hospice care is provided in the comfort of your own home by a team of physicians, nurses and other caregivers working together to meet your family’s unique needs.

Many of these families are facing a serious, life-limiting illness for the first time. This can be overwhelming for both the patient and the entire family – especially if you don’t know where to turn for answers and support.

1. Has your mom, dad or loved one been diagnosed with any of these conditions?
  • Heart failure or other heart condition
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • COPD or other respiratory condition
  • Alzheimer's/Dementia/Confusion
  • Cancer
  • Other
  • None
2. Have they experienced any of the following in the past 3 months?
  • Serious illness (pneumonia, infection, flu)
  • Joint replacement or surgery (knee, hip, shoulder, etc.)
  • Falls, dizziness or loss of balance
  • Trouble eating or swallowing
  • Depression
  • Amputation
  • None
3. Have they been diagnosed with a terminal condition and a life expectancy of six months or less? *
4. Has their doctor prescribed any of the following medications or treatments?
  • Coumadin/Warfarin (anti-clotting/blood thinner)
  • Insulin or oral diabetic medication
  • Pain Medication
  • IV Medication
  • Dialysis
  • Oxygen
  • Other
  • None
5. Does your loved one have trouble keeping track of which medications they're supposed to take, or have they accidentally taken the wrong medication or dose?
  • Frequently - Several times a month
  • Regularly - At least once a month
  • Sometimes - A few times a year
  • Rarely - Once a year or less
  • Don't know
6. Do they have difficulty performing any of the following activities?
  • Bathing
  • Getting dressed
  • Preparing food
  • Using the restroom
  • Grocery shopping
  • Driving
  • None
7. How often do they visit or call the doctor to deal with symptoms of their condition or side-effects from medication?
  • Frequently - Several times a month
  • Regularly - At least once a month
  • Sometimes - A few times a year
  • Rarely - Once a year or less
  • Don't know
8. How difficult is it for your loved one to move around and leave the house? Please select the option that best describes their current situation.
  • Their condition makes it very difficult or impossible to even leave bed
  • Leaving home requires a taxing effort that exhausts them. They leave home infrequently and briefly because of the difficulty
  • They use a walker, wheelchair, or require another person's help to leave home
  • They have some difficulty leaving home, but not enough to stop them from going somewhere
  • They have no difficulty leaving home
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Mission Statement

Our goal is to provide exceptional quality healthcare for our patients in the comfort and privacy of their own homes. We manage our employees in an ethical, respectful and professional manner. We help our patients live safely and comfortably in the place they know best, by doing what we do best.

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Insurance Accepted

American Medical Homecare Alliance accepts many private payers insurance and continues to add new payers for our patients’ needs. We will update this page soon with a list of insurances accepted.