Hospice Care

Comfort and quality of life through simply the best care

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Simply the Best Care

Always compassionate care focusing on quality of life for your loved ones.

Everyone deserves comfort, dignity, and care during trying times. We instill the values of our motto “Simply the Best Care” into all our staff. They often become like part of your family and treat every patient as they would want for their own relatives. We serve the communities of Utah, Nevada, and Idaho with the best possible hospice care in the comfort of your own home or our facilities throughout the area. To find out more details about what hospice services we can provide you please contact us.

Regions We Service

Terrace Hospice Springfield – Springfield MO

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Tooele, UT

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Moab, UT

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Utah County

Rocky Mountain Hospice – St. George, UT

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Salt Lake City, UT

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Price, UT

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Logan, UT

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Davis / Weber, UT

Rocky Mountain Hospice – Blanding, UT

Crest Hospice – Coeur d’Alene, ID

The Best Fit for You

Who is eligible for hospice care?

To be eligible for hospice care, a patient must have a life-limiting illness with an estimated life expectancy of six months or less. The treatment goal during hospice shifts from aggressive treatment of the condition to a goal of comfort.

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Services Provided

What specific services are provided?

  • Emotional, spiritual, bereavement support for patients and their families
  • Hospice aides and homemaker assistance services
  • 24-hour on-call doctor and nursing availability
  • Required medical equipment, medications and training in their use
  • Medical and incontinent care supplies
  • Short-term in-patient care required to manage symptoms
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapy as needed to enhance quality of life
  • Counseling services
  • Assistance with legal documents (wills, powers of attorney, advance medical directives, etc.) funeral planning, and accessing other community resources
Financial Responsibilities

Who pays for hospice care?

As with Home Health Care and skilled nursing facilities, Hospice Care services are paid for in a few different ways:

  • Medicare (Part A)
  • Medicaid
  • Health insurance
  • Private pay
  • Grants and private donations
Bereavement Support

How do I navigate this grief?

Rocky Mountain Hospice is here for you in your time of loss. Grief can be difficult to navigate. We offer support to help. Our hospice team would love to talk with you if you’re needing some extra support.

You can call 855-922-7310

Here are some other resources that can help you on your grief journey.