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Attentive Hospice and Palliative Care

in Philadelphia & the Surrounding Area

If you’re in the Philadelphia area with a loved one in need of hospice or palliative care, you’re likely looking for an organization known for delivering the level of compassionate, supportive care it promises.

Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care spends more time with patients than the national average. We are well-staffed, well-trained and ready to assist your loved one all throughout the Philadelphia region as well as Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties.

Benefits of choosing Crossroads for hospice care in the Philadelphia area.

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Always available 

Our structured, coordinated shifts mean someone is always available to answer any call.

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Support for caregivers 

We aren’t just here for the patient. We also support the family and any caregivers, and can guide you through questions and important decisions. 

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Quick response

Whenever you need help, we’ll be there. We can assess and admit patients at any time.

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Honor the patient

Programs such as Gift of a Day and Life Journal ensure that the last days aren’t waiting for the end, but rather celebrating the time that remains.

Have questions or need help? Call us anytime:


Overview of hospice services.  

The Philadelphia area is known for superior healthcare. We take that seriously.

When you choose Crossroads as your Philadelphia-area hospice provider, you receive the following at-home hospice care services and more:

  • Staff visits wherever the patient calls home, including their hospital room, nursing home, or actual home
  • Staff includes nurses, home health aides, chaplains, and social workers
  • Staff will constantly evaluate the patient and provide medications as needed to assist with pain and discomfort
  • Everything the patient needs — from equipment to relevant medications — will be delivered
  • Assistance with discharge and transportation from the hospital, if needed
  • A plan of care fully personalized to the patient
  • Quality of life assistance such as helping with bathing and personal care, feeding, and more
  • Volunteers are available to provide companionship
  • If the caregivers ever need a break we will coordinate a few days stay in a nursing home
  • Grief support before, during, and after
  • Social workers will help families find the resources and help they need
  • Chaplains are available to provide spiritual support
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Hospice eligibility and insurance.

Hospice eligibility may include.

  • Prognosis of six months or less if condition maintains its current course
  • Compromised activities of daily living (eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, etc.)
  • Change in cognitive and functional abilities, including deteriorating mental abilities
  • Frequent hospitalizations in the past six months
  • Increasing weakness, fatigue, and somnolence
  • Progressive weight loss 

Hospice and palliative care is covered by: 

  • Most private insurance 
  • Medicare 
  • Medicaid

* Copays or deductibles may apply.

Learn more about hospice eligibility, including for specific conditions. 

What  areas do we serve?

We come to the patient wherever they call home. That could mean their actual home, a nursing home, or a hospital room. From our Crossroads administrative hospice offices in Plymouth Meeting, PA, we travel all around Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. That includes, but is not limited to:

  • Philadelphia
  • Abington
  • Ardmore
  • Chestnut Hill
  • Drexel Hill
  • Conshohocken
  • Folsom
  • Haverford
  • Radnor
  • Villanova
  • Wayne
  • Roxborough
  • Plymouth Meeting
  • Many more

Want to confirm  if we service your area?
Call us anytime: 215-956-5110

How do you choose the right hospice provider? Download a free checklist.


Reviews from our families.

At Crossroads, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible service to patients and their families. And we take pride in the kind words from those families. 

Administrative office contact information:

Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care comes to its patients. However, we also have a central administrative office in Plymouth Meeting. We have been providing innovative services since September 2006. The Crossroads staff, led by executive director Monica Sullivan, and volunteers proudly serve patients, families and healthcare professionals in the Greater Philadelphia area. Crossroads is an active participant in the American Heart Association, Philadelphia Chapter.

Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care - Plymouth Meeting Administrative Details

Phone: 215-956-5110
Fax: 215-956-5175
License #: 16791601
Medicare #: 39-1679
Mailing Address:
523 Plymouth Rd., Suite 225
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

Community support: Please find community support and fundraising events on the Crossroads Hospice Philadelphia upcoming events page.

Get the help and care you need now.

The expert caregivers of Crossroads Philadelphia go to great lengths to help with symptom management, pain management, emotional support, and community resources.

To talk with someone about receiving at-home hospice or palliative care services in the Philadelphia area, you can call, chat, or send us an email through the blue Help bar at the top of the page. We’re available 24/7/365 for admissions or to answer your questions.