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Hospice Services

Symptom Management

Our team is highly trained to provide excellent and timely symptom management.  We are available 24/7 to you and your loved ones to answer questions, guide management of medications and provide visits when needed.

Accessibility

Bosque Trails Hospice staff is available to you 24/7 for any questions, concerns or symptom needs. There is always a nurse and doctor on call after hours to ensure timely and compassionate care

Clinical Excellence

Our staff at Bosque Trails Hospice is highly trained in the field of Hospice Medicine. Our physician Medical Director is Board Certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. 

Whole Person Care

Bosque Trails Hospice values who you are and what is important to you in this time. We understand that this journey is different for everyone and  we will work towards your personal goals and support you and your loved ones during this time.

 

Communication

Bosque Trails Hospice staff prioritizes communication with you and your family, and with each other, to ensure that everyone knows how to best provide care for you.

Bereavement and Grief Support

Bosque Trails Hospice has a Bereavement team who is there to support you and your loved ones throughout this journey. They are also there to provide grief counseling and support for up to 13 months after a loved ones' death.

What our nurses say about working in hospice

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Beverly Jackson, RN

I have been a nurse for many years and providing Hospice care has been the most meaningful part of my career.  It is an honor to have patients and families allow me to be intimately involved in of one of the most difficult and meaningful times in their lives.  It gives me the opportunity to not only use the medical skills I have acquired but also to use my humanity and compassion in a unique way. 

The following quote is what I strive for.

“You matter because of who you are. You Matter to the last moment of your life, and we will do all we can, not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die.”  

                        - Dame Cicely Saunders, founder of the first modern hospice

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