Hospice Care
in Chenango County

Home Care Services

Helping improve the quality of life for our patients and their families through monitoring and supporting our patients in every way.

Palliative Care

Why Hospice?

Caring for you and your loved ones

Quality of Life

Quality of Life

We focus on symptom, pain, and stress management.

In Home Health care

Care Anywhere

Facility or home care services available to meet their needs.

Clinical Experts


The hospice team is made up of interdisciplinary end-of-life experts.


Physical Care

Care beyond the physical with emotional and spiritual support.

The Four Types of Hospice Care

We Are Here For You

Hospice Home Care

End-of-life care, aimed at increasing their comfort and quality of life as much as possible in their home.

Continuous Hospice Care

Continuous hospice care may be necessary when a patient experiences a medical crisis or when their symptoms require more intensive management.

Inpatient Hospice Care

Necessary if a patient's symptoms can no longer be managed at home and require severe pain management and stabilization of symptoms.

Respite Care

These occasional, short-term stays can provide a much-needed break for loved ones providing care at home while allowing patients to receive appropriate, round-the-clock symptom management.

Our Mission

Comforting Patients, Empowering Families, Supporting Our Community.

How It Works

Your Comfort is Our Priority

Step 1


Hospice is unique in we can take referrals from any source. Simply call our office, whether you are a patient, a family caregiver, or a medical provider, and one of our hospice admission team members will assist you in beginning the referral process.

Choose Hospice Type

Step 2

Determining Type of Care

Once the referral and supporting medical records are received by our clinical team, they are reviewed to determine which program will work best for the patient.

Patients and families can expect a call from our team to review individualized services, and schedule the admission.

Step 3


Once the patient and family agree that hospice is the right choice, then the admission can begin. The admission consists of signing hospice consents and a physical assessment with the hospice team to help determine a unique plan of care tailored to each individual patient and family.


What Our Patient Families Have to Say


Common Questions

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Hospice care is specialized health care for people with a terminal diagnosis. Hospice focuses on quality of life rather than length of life. Hospice uses sophisticated methods of pain and symptom control which enables patients to live as fully and comfortably as possible. Hospice also educates and supports the patient’s family.

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