Giving Your Loved Ones the Compassionate and Respectful Hospice Care They Deserve

Getting the care your loved one needs for end-of-life support shouldn’t be difficult. With our caring, trustworthy, and well-trained Pharr hospice care team, your loved ones can live out their last days in the best way possible.

Care Plan

Care Plan

In order for hospice care to provide the highest quality of care, a carefully laid out plan for care needs to be built. This enables you and your family along with caregivers to follow wishes for end-of-life care.

Nurse Visit

Home Healthcare

Home health visits include a variety of services to help you and your loved ones during this time. From spiritual counselors to medical social workers, our team is here to provide support and peace.

Vocational Nurses

Nursing Visits

Nursing is a key part of hospice care. Our compassionate nurses can educate and train your family members and loved ones on medical well-being as well as provide support and perform nursing duties.

Spiritual Counselor

Spiritual Counseling

Our caring spiritual counselors are here for you and your loved ones. From connecting to your faith to helping everyone involved find peace, families can discuss their concerns and explore ways to remember their loved one.

Hospice Services Designed To Meet Your Every Need

Complicated Needs or Challenging Times? Pharr Hospice Care Is Here To Help.

FuneralPlanning

Funeral Assistance

Bereavement Counseling

Bereavement Counseling

Medical Equipment

Medical Equipment

Registered Nurses

Volunteers

Why Is Compassion, Respect, and Trust Important in Hospice Care?

Compassion, respect, and trust are all needed during this time of your loved one’s life. Trust us to care for your needs while we show respect and compassion to your family and loved ones during this difficult time.

The Best Elderly Support Comes From Attentive Care

Regular Visits From Medical Professionals Enhance the Care Plan

Registered Nurses

From checking vital signs to administering medication, registered nurses (RNs) can help your loved one throughout their hospice care journey. They also help with any medical questions you or your loved one may have, relay concerns to healthcare providers, and offer a comforting presence.

Licensed Vocational Nurses

Our licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) assist RNs with care needs. These well-trained and compassionate LVNs can help monitor vital signs, ensure comfortability, and help support the care plan under the supervision of an RN.

Hospice Aides

From light housekeeping to hygiene care, a hospice aide can assist with many different day-to-day needs. Whether your loved one needs support with their hair being brushed, linens being changed, or simply quality time in conversation, our hospice aides provide meaningful care.

When To Know the Time Is Right for Pharr Hospice Services

It’s a big decision to step forward into hospice care for you or a loved one. Our compassionate hospice team knows this can be a challenging time and is here to help you make the best decision for your loved one and family. 

If you or your loved ones are experiencing any symptoms in the list below, it may be time to reach out to San Jose Hospice Care to find out if hospice care is the next step.

  • Frequent falls 
  • Shortness of breath, even while resting
  • Frequent hospital visits
  • Repeated calls or visits to the doctor
  • Unexplained or significant weight loss
  • Pain medication not working anymore
  • Increasing pain

Hospice Services You or Your Loved Ones Deserve Begin at San Jose Hospice Care

Find the quality and compassionate hospice care you and your loved ones deserve. 

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