Hospice of the Valley
Home Health Care ServicesNon - Profit Health Care OrganizationsNon - Profit OrganizationsPain Management
Hospice of the Valley has a 43-year history of caring and is humbled to serve the more than 19,000 patients who entrust us with their care each year. Our Mission, bringing comfort, dignity and compassionate care to our community, hasn’t wavered in all those years. At Hospice of the Valley, we continue to expand to meet the needs of our community. Our full-spectrum care goes far beyond helping those at end of life. Today, we offer home-based primary care to manage acute and chronic illness and improve quality of life. We also have Palliative Home Care, providing education, support and coordination of care to maximize symptom management and access to community resources. Palliative Care for Dementia works with patients and families in meeting the challenges of living well with dementia. The Campus for Dementia Care and Education is set to open in 2021. This unique community resource will focus on meeting the needs of people living with dementia and their families from the time of diagnosis on. Medically fragile children with life-limiting illnesses are cared for at home and in partnership with Ryan House, a fun and supportive place that families can turn to for respite at no cost. Nine inpatient care homes are available Valleywide for patients who need round-the-clock, short-term inpatient care. Our staff of healthcare professionals is on-duty 24/7—you can always reach one of our nurses, never an answering service.
Our goal is to support patients and families in all realms—physical, emotional and spiritual. Most services are delivered in patients’ homes and we serve thousand