care provided by health professionals and volunteers.
They give medical, psychological and spiritual support.
The goal of the care is to help people who are dying
have peace, comfort and dignity. The caregivers try to
control pain and other symptoms so a person can remain
as alert and comfortable as possible. Hospice programs
also provide services to support a patient's family.
The facility works closely with local Hospice providers
to ensure the resident is kept comfortable.
Usually, a hospice patient is expected to live 6 months
or less. Hospice care can take place.
At a hospice center
In a hospital
In a skilled nursing facility
your information, we provide the following services:
Decubitus ulcer care and prevention
accept dialysis patients.
accept the following forms of payment: VA contract,
Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, private pay.
the pay for performance program in Maryland our facility
was number 4 out of 144.
locally owned and operated.
Cuppett, our facility administrator was 2008
Administrator of the Year for the Maryland Association
of Activity Coordinators. Our
fax number is 301-334-8347