Complete Hospice Care

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Complete Hospice Care

Same-Day Appointments | Available 24 Hours | Pet Therapy

Same-Day Appointments | Available 24 Hours 

What is hospice?

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Hospice is a philosophy of care focused on comfort and quality of life at the end of life. It's designed to treat the whole person emotionally, socially, spiritually, and physically by providing comfort and support to patients and their families.


At Texas Best care Hospice, we believe that life encompasses much more than just physical health; it also includes the health of the spirit. When one's physical health begins to fail, the nurturing of the spirit becomes critical for preserving the dignity of the individual.


Patient Eligibility

Hospice is provided to patients who have a terminal illness – which is defined as having a prognosis of six months or less if the disease or illness runs its normal course.


Texas Best Care Hospice care focuses on living life to its fullest and treating patients with the dignity and respect they deserve.

Indicators for Hospice Services 

  • Frequent Re-Hospitalization
  • Increased Fatigue/Sleeping
  • Lack of Appetite/Weight Loss
  • General Decline in Functioning
  • Recurring Infections
  • Unsuccessful Curative Care
  • Chronic Pain

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Common Diagnoses

  • Cancer
  • Renal Disease
  • Heart Disease
  • Liver Disease
  • Pulmonary Disease
  • HIV – AIDS
  • Alzheimer’s
  • ALS
  • Stroke 

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Services Offered

  • Social services
  • Spiritual services
  • Caring for veterans
  • Bereavement and grief resources
  • Nursing care
  • Pet therapy

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Our staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help guide patients and their loved ones through every question and concern.

When to begin?

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Hospice is at its best when is has time to work. Care that’s provided for months is more beneficial than hospice administrated only in the patients last days. A doctor can best determine the right time to consider hospice. Here are some signs to watch for:

  • Negative effects of current Treatments
  • Frequent Hospitalization
  • Chronic Weight Loss
  • Consistent Pain
  • Frequent Nausea or Vomiting
  • Inability to move or maintain personal care

Most Terminally ill people wish to be comfortable and home during their last months, surrounded by family and friends. However, many wait too long to contact a hospice provider, despite abundant evidence showing that early hospice care can greatly improve the quality of life for both patients and their loved ones.

Levels of Hospice Care

Routine Home Care

Ongoing end-of-life care provided at home or in a nursing home

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Continuous Care

Short-term end-of-life care provided by nurses and hospice aids to a patient in crisis to keep the patient at home as determined by a physician

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Respite Care

Short-term stay (up to 5-days) in a nursing home or hospital

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General Inpatient Care

Temporary intensive care at a hospital or nursing home to manage pain or symptoms that are out of control as determined by a physician

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You Can Keep Your Own Doctor?!

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Although a hospice physician is part of the Texas Best Care Hospice team, your doctor can continue to be involved in your care. In fact, we welcome the participation of primary care physicians in managing your care.

Who Pays For Hospice Care?

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In most cases, Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurance plans will cover these four types of hospice care: Routine home care, continuous home care, respite care, and general inpatient care.

For your convenience, speakers of Korean, Arabic, Spanish , and Hindi are available

To Learn More About Our Nursing Care,

Call (972) 424-4403

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Get in touch!

Address

2600 K Avenue, Suite 101,

PLANO, TX 75074

Contact

Phone: (972) 424 4403 / 4401

Fax:       (972) 424 4402
Email: [email protected]

Hours

Mon-Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

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