Our Services

Services are coordinated through interdisciplinary team which includes


A physician refers a patient to hospice care – For an initial hospice election, both the attending physician and the medical director of our hospice or physician member of the Interdisciplinary Group (IDG) must provide a certification of terminal illness.When a physician refers a patient to hospice, we often see hospices obtaining the certification from referring physician.


Hospice nurses are responsible for the initial assessment of the patient to determine eligibility in collaboration with the patient’s PCP (if any) and/or hospice physician and establish the initial plan of care. Hospice nurses ensure that even with a terminal disease, patients still have the integrity and the feeling that they’re still in control.

Hospice Aides

Hospice Aides provide hands-on personal care such as bathing, dressing, eating, assistance with ambulation exercises, assistance with self- administered medications, and performing simple procedures as an extension of therapy or nursing services.

Social Workers

Hospice Social Workers advocate for each patient’s end-of-life wishes and help individuals address the emotional aspects of late-stage illnesses. Hospice social workers also assist families in identifying other available local services and resources for additional support.


We provide Physical, speech and occupational therapists as needed.


Volunteers perform many important duties. Whether providing companionship in a patient’s home, greeting guests at an inpatient center, assisting with a special event, helping with transportation or handling other meaningful tasks — they play a vital role to fully meet the community’s needs.

Hospice Chaplains / Bereavement Counselors

Hospice chaplains are a bastion of comfort and spiritual strength for patients, families, and caregivers on the end-of-life journey.” They help ensure that no patient dies alone & they improve a patient’s sense of overall comfort and well-being. They also encourage a positive and constructive flow of communication between each hospice team and provide help with emotional needs.


Dietitians perform nutritional assessments to determine nutrition risk of for clients, and develop a individualized plan of care for their diet as needed.

Areas We Cover

  • Santa Clara,
  • San Mateo,
  • Alameda,
  • San Francisco,
  • Marin,
  • Napa,
  • Sonoma
  • Contra Costa,
  • Solano,
  • Sacramento,
  • San Joaquin,
  • San Benito,
  • Santa Cruz
  • Monterey.

We also offer Palliative Care and grief Support

Call us if you have questions