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Hospice expertise and experience

Helping you navigate through the uncertainty of illness and make choices for a better quality of life

Give us a call to schedule a free consultation for our hospice services (626) 234-2390

Our Commitment

Hospice care should be available to anyone who needs it. That is why our goal is to provide utmost care and assistance to people with life-limiting illness so that they can make the most of their lives. 

Members of the hospice team is committed in providing the finest individualized hospice care plan to achieve a quality end-of-life experience for our patients and their loved ones.

Admission Process

Admitting a patient to the hospice program is a simple process. A registered nurse will visit the patient at home or in the hospital where the information about the program will be explained.

Hospice care is a covered benefit under Medicare, Medi-Cal, most private insurance plans, HMO and other managed care organizations.

Give us a call so we can discuss whether hospice care is the right choice.

Care Team

Our team of professionals has a combined of over 50 years of experience in Hospice and Home Health Care.

  • Hospice Medical Physician
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Registered Nurse
  • Social Workers
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Hospice Aides
  • Chaplains/Spiritual Counselors
  • Community Volunteers
  • Bereavement Specialists

At Comfort Hospice, your loved one will receive the best hospice care plan from our health care staff

Hospice is care provided to a person who is terminally ill and in the last stages of life. It is provided where you live, whether it is a house, an apartment, assisted living, a nursing facility, or another place. Hospice is also about our care team providing supportive services to patients and caregivers. By focusing on comfort and quality of life, hospice seeks to meet patients' medical, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

Hospice Services

Our hospice care team comes to your home, where we help support the family, friends, and hired caregivers responsible for your day-to-day care.

" Comfort Hospice staff exceeded our needs by providing prompt, skilled, caring care to my husband during his last few months of life.  They were available whenever we needed help or had questions.  They helped us contact the doctor quickly.  Most importantly of all, they were there for our family whenever we needed reassurance.  Their motto “Making the most of every moment” is exactly right.  I highly recommend them. "

Sally B.

Types of Hospice Care

There are four levels or types of hospice care, depending on patient's or caregiver's situation. A hospice patient may move from one level to another as determined by the hospice doctor.

Routine Care

Provided for the patient at home or other place of residence, this is the usual care that a patient will receive most of the time

Respite Care

Occasional short-term inpatient care limited to no more than five consecutive days at a time. Provided to relieve family or other caregivers of their care-giving duties.

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San Marino, CA 91108

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Care Team

Family, friends, or hired caregivers take care of you during your final months, weeks, and days of life. Comfort Hospice's care team will support your medical, social, emotional, and spirtual needs.

Caregiving and Symptoms

Caregiving for a loved one on hospice can be an incredible honor and joy, and it can also be challenging. Hospice provides you with resources to help you successfully care for your loved one while also caring for yourself.

Support after Hospice

The death of a loved one impacts your life in many ways. Hospice is here to support you through our Bereavement coordinators who are part of our care team.

Inpatient Care

Care required at a level that can’t be provided at home may be covered for short lengths of time. This care is usually for periods of crisis, pain control, and to stabilize acute or chronic symptoms.

Continuous Care

Care for a period of 8- to 24-hours during a brief period of crisis, as determined by the hospice care team, which allows the patient to stay at home.

" My father was at Comfort Hospice for several months.  This is an economical but friendly and comfortable facility.  They gave my father good care and were courteous to visiting friends and relatives.  I would recommend them. "

Blaine H.

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