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Hospice Care in Delaware County, PA

From our Philadelphia-area administrative office, Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care brings expert services to patients in their Delaware County homes, nursing homes, and hospitals. Because we come to them, our patients spend less time traveling for treatment, and more time surrounded by their loved ones. Read below to learn about hospice care services available in Delaware County, PA. Or, if you would like to speak with someone, we are available 24/7 by phone, chat, or email. You can choose an option from the blue bar above to get started. 

 

Providing palliative and hospice care in Delaware County.

Unique hospice services available in Delaware County, PA

What sets Crossroads apart from other hospice service providers in Delaware County? In addition to our outstanding hospice and palliative care, Crossroads also offers a variety of unique programs and services. These include Gift of a Day, Life Journals, a Veterans Recognition Program, and more. Additionally, Crossroads healthcare professionals visit the patients in their final weeks more than the national average. We are proud of the work we do, and we are committed to helping those with life-limiting illnesses.

Is hospice an actual location or a service?

It’s a common misconception that hospice is a place. Hospice actually refers to the type of care received by a patient with a life-limiting illness. This is how Crossroads is able to provide hospice care wherever the patient calls home in Delaware County

 

Our grief recovery program.

Crossroads treats more than the patient; we treat the whole family. In addition to hospice services, we also support loved ones through various grief recovery services. Find out more about these services now.

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What happens after contacting Our Delaware County hospice?

You’re likely curious what the process is like after you contact us. First, it’s important to keep in mind that you do not need to wait for the patient’s primary care physician to contact hospice or even to recommend hospice. In fact, you can reach out to a hospice care provider yourself. After that initial contact is made, the following steps will likely occur: 

  • You will speak to a hospice care expert. Crossroads has experts ready to take your call and answer any question you may have, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 
  • Next, a hospice care professional will visit the patient in their home and assess their level of need. 
  • Based on this assessment, Crossroads will provide medical supplies and equipment. 
  • Finally, hospice care is administered in the patient’s Delaware County home. These services are not a replacement for care from the patient’s primary care physician, but instead go hand-in-hand with other services the patient may be receiving. 

If you have any more questions about hospice in Delaware County, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here when you need us. 

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