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Jacqueline Holloman The Other Side of Hospice What is the difference between in ON Hospice, and being IN hospice? A person needs to have a life expectancy of 6 months or less from a terminal condition to in IN hospice. Being ON hospice means a person has a condition that will ultimately lead to their death. Hospice is paid for by Medicare, and to qualify for Hospice you must have a physicians’ referral. Hospice provides the patient and family with a registered nurse, certified nursing assistant, and a chaplain. The RN and CNA typically visit 3-4/week independent of each other. If you work, if you are taking care of a loved one, or you know of someone who would benefit from this service, they all need hospice. Hospice is your other set of eyes, and ears for loved ones. For additional inforamtion please contact Jacqueline.Holloman2@gmail.com or 571-217-9571.
  • Jun 26, 2018

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