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About Socal Premium Hospice Care

What is Hospice?

A common misconception about hospice is that hospice is a place where people go to die. The modern hospice is not a place, but a program that provides a bundle of services to those in need and their families. We focus on providing quality of life to patients at any location they call home, whether it is in the patient’s actual home, nursing facility, a board and care home, assisted living facility or at any other place of residence.While family involvement is encouraged, it is not required. Hospice does not impose its array of services, but instead allows the patient and family to customize services as needed. Our staff is a multidisciplinary team of experts with overwhelming experience in hospice. With a vision to help people leave this world peacefully, comfortably, and surrounded by people who care.

About us

An innovative practice with a mission to provide and improve premium end of life care with dignity. Our hospice not only addresses a patients physical needs, but aids the patients psychological, spiritual, dietary needs and helps the family navigate this time every step of the way. At SoCal Premium Hospice Care, we demonstrate our care through our compassionate skilled medical team, with the upmost bedside manner in the industry. Ensuring that our patients and families are never alone through this journey.

Meet Our Doctors

Our team of terminal illness experts is comprised of…

Featured Services

Our Services

Routine Care

Routine home care includes regularly scheduled visits to address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of hospice patients and their caregivers. The hospice team travels to the patient’s home, whether that is a traditional residence, nursing home, assisted living facility, or anywhere the patient calls home.

Continuous Home Care

Symptoms that may require continuous home care include Severe Pain, Terminal Agitation/Restlessness, Drastic Change of Condition, Persistent Nausea and Vomiting, Respiratory Distress, and many other symptoms that may arise.

General Inpatient Care

General Inpatient Care is used when symptoms cannot be managed at home or in an alternative setting. General Inpatient Care is provided in a skilled nursing facility coordinated by SCPHC and the patients family to be temporarily transferred to a skilled nursing facility until symptoms improve. Hospice care covers transport to and from the facility as well as room and board charges while the patient is in General Inpatient Care.

Respite Care

Respite care provides short-term relief for primary caregivers. It can be arranged for just an afternoon or for several days or weeks. Care can be provided at home, in a healthcare facility, or at an adult day care center.
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