The Star City Hospice Process
It’s especially important to remember that anyone can make a hospice referral. It’s essential when someone is experiencing a life-limiting or life-threatening disease that may require hospice. To alleviate any anxieties that come with hospice, it is also important to learn about every level of hospice care. When it comes to hospice care, it’s never too early to learn about all of the options available.
Getting Started with
We have the experience you need when dealing with hospice care. We have a combined 70 years of experience providing patient care for the most fragile patients. We understand what it means to manage care transitions: from hospital to home, from curative to palliative, from chronic to end-stage. Our ability to respond quickly and make important decisions that can have a major impact on our patients and their families is where we excel.
Our Staff is Here to:
The Benefits of Early Hospice Referral include:
What questions will help me find the best hospice care?
- How often will your clinical staff visit?
- What steps will be taken to ensure comfort and dignity when a patient nears death?
- What is the normal response time to emergencies and after-hour calls?
How long can someone be in hospice care?
What is the cost of hospice?
Where does hospice occur?
What if I change my mind about hospice care?
Does hospice cover the room and board at a nursing facility?
What is included in hospice care?
What happens if hospice is no longer necessary?
We Are Local
The communities we serve include:
Fort Worth, Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth, Garland, Irving, Plano, Rockwall, Lewisville and McKinney.