At Michigan Hospice we strive to provide passionate, competent and comprehensive end-of-life care. We are devoted to easing the physical, emotional and spiritual pain and suffering that often accompany terminal illness. We promise to put our patients and their families first and to make every contact meaningful.
You should consider Michigan Hospice if you or a loved one has:
A terminal illness.
A prognosis from a doctor of 6 months or less if illness takes its normal course.
A diagnosis of cancer and no longer receiving treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation.
End-stage heart and/or lung disease.
Declined rapidly due to old age.
We offer quality and compassionate care for terminally ill patients and their families. Our care is centered on both the patient and the family/caregiver. Our personnel respect and respond to the unique differences in families/ caregivers, their lifestyles, values and wishes. We provide palliative care in the home, mobilization and coordination of supportive services and bereavement support. Most importantly, we affirm life and fully support our mission statement of ‘peace for everyone’.
We go above and beyond in service and clinical excellence. We believe that every patient is different and has the right to specialized care and treatment plans. We provide:
Hospice Doctor/Medical Director
Licensed Practical Nurses
Social Work Services
Physical and other Therapies
Durable Medical Equipment
Philosophy and Mission
Michigan Hospice, Inc. is driven by the philosophy of commitment to our patients and their families/caregivers thereby making their needs an organizational priority, leadership and excellence being a key element. We recognize the unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs of each person. We strive to extend the highest level of courtesy and service to patients, family/caregivers, visitors and each other. We provide an individualized program of physical, emotional, spiritual and practical care for people in the last phases of a life-limiting illness with an emphasis on comfort and dignity for the dying, making it possible for them to remain independent for as long as possible and in familiar surroundings.
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