What kind of services does Victory Hospice provide?
Victory Hospice is available to patients with life-threatening illnesses who can no longer benefit from curative treatment and usually have life expectancies of six months or less, as determined by their physician.
Our Hospice care is tailored to the patients needs and wishes by a team of caring professionals. Our services typically include:
- Physician services for the medical direction of the patient’s care, provided by either the patients physician or the medical director affiliated with a hospice program.
- Regular home visits by registered nurses and licensed practical nurses to monitor the patient’s condition and to provide appropriate care to maintain patient comfort.
- Home health aide and homemaker services attending to the patient’s personal needs.
- A chaplain providing spiritual services for the patient and/or loved ones, if desired.
- Social service work advocacy and counseling services.
- Bereavement counseling and services to help patients and their loved ones with grief and loss, available for twelve months after loss.
- Medical equipment (i.e. oxygen, hospital bed, bedside commode, walkers)
- Medical supplies (i.e. diapers, blue pads, bandages, catheters)
- Medication for symptom control and pain management.
- Volunteers to support and assist loved ones, family members, and patients.
- Respite, continuous and inpatient care.