Omni Care Hospice

What If I Choose the Wrong Hospice for My Loved One?

health care provider assisting senior in not choosing the wrong hospice care

When someone you love is diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, it is sure to be overwhelming. The best hospice care provides the vital end-of-life compassion, pain management, and comfort for patients as well as the much-needed assistance and support for their loved ones. Choosing the wrong hospice provider can leave you feeling sadness and guilt, so it’s important to know what to look for. Therefore, making the decision about which hospice is the right one for your loved one is something that requires careful consideration and thought. This process can be difficult to deal with as you are facing the loss of someone you love.

If you have questions about what we do for our hospice patients,
call us at (702) 509-5276 or contact us online.

The following information will help you in making the best possible choice for you and your loved one.

 

Consequences of Choosing the Wrong Hospice

One of the biggest fears of terminal patients’ family members is that their loved ones will suffer when they pass away. Unfortunately, that can be one of the consequences of selecting the wrong hospice. There’s a lot that should go into a hospice patient’s care plan. This is especially true when it comes to medication coordination and pain management because each patient is unique. Sometimes a patient may be coming right out of the hospital where quality and peaceful care may not have been an option. However, the right hospice provider will take the time to understand the patient’s needs to elevate their quality of life.

Another risk you take in hiring the wrong hospice care is not having enough support from medical staff when you and your loved one need it. How frequently your loved one is seen and attended to by doctors and nurses plays a big part in his or her comfort and the quality of their care. The last thing that you want is personal needs such as hygiene and medication administration to be drawn out too long between visits as these things will affect their quality of life.

 

How to Choose a Hospice That is Right for Your Loved One

To avoid the unfortunate consequences of choosing the wrong hospice, there are some things to consider and some questions to ask that will ensure your loved one receives the best possible end-of-life care.

For more information on how to select the best care for your loved one, download our home hospice care guide or contact us online.

Exit mobile version