Hospice Care

Respecting Life to the Fullest

Our Hospice professionals are dedicated and devoted to honoring and supporting every individual’s journey with love, care, and tenderness. In these challenging moments it is important to know you have an option that can help your loved one get the most out of life and live as fully and as comfortably as possible.

Our hospice care is centered around the entire family. We provide a team that focuses on individual care while offering your family all the support and help that is needed. Gateway Hospice believes that every moment matters. Our hospice program is designed to help make the most of each day and help provide the support your family needs at this time.

Social Services

The end of life journey can be a difficult time with many unknowns. The goal of social work is to provide non-medical services and resources to further a patient’s ability to stay safe in their home and reduce re-hospitalization. Every patient under our hospice care is assigned a social worker whose job it is to help our patients and their loved ones navigate these challenging areas. Our social worker collaborates with the nurses and therapists to ensure coordinated care. Social work is not just for the patient but is guided under a holistic approach involving family members, Powers of Attorney, caregivers, and other community case workers.


Life Changing Services

Hospice has come a long way from its initial care of patients with cancer. Many patients with other qualifying diagnoses can benefit from the increase in quality of life that hospice care offers. Hospice is an extra level of care for patients with a terminal diagnosis who are not seeking aggressive curative treatment.

Our services benefit patients with a number of different diagnoses, including:

  • End-Stage Cardiovascular Disease
  • Stroke
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • End-Stage Renal Disease
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • End-Stage Liver Disease
  • End-Stage Alzheimer’s Disease
  • End-Stage Dementia
  • AIDS
  • ALS