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The professionals at Superior Hospice & Superior Home Health want to partner with you as you care for patients who face life-limiting illnesses. We provide your patients and their families with the specialized care and support they need near the end of life.

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The professionals at Superior Hospice want to partner with you as you care for patients who face life-limiting illnesses. We provide your patients and their families with the specialized care and support they need near the end of life.

We understand that initiating the conversation about end-of-life options for care and support with patients and families can be difficult. Superior Hospice have a wealth of information about managing pain and symptoms, improving quality of life, and emotional and spiritual support that can help patients and families when a cure for a terminal illness no longer is the goal.

Our highly trained end-of-life specialists can assist with those difficult conversations in explaining hospice care and are available 24 hours a day to answer your questions, provide consultation and admit your patients for hospice care. Our physicians and nurses are here to support you and your staff.

Have confidence that your referral to Superior Hospice will be a seamless transition allowing your patient and their family to focus on their priorities, their wishes and what they still hope to achieve out of life.

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How to get referred to home health:
 
A doctor’s order is required for home health services.  The physician must certify that you need home health services.
 

Most insurances including Medicare require that a doctor or a certain health care professionals who work with a doctor (like a nurse practitioner), must document that they have had a face-to-face encounter with you (like an appointment with your primary care doctor) within required time frames and that the encounter/visit was related to the reason you need home health care.

Some insurances and Medicare require that you are homebound.  To be homebound means: You have trouble leaving your home without using an assistive device (walker, cane, wheelchair) or help from another person because of an illness or injury, or if it isn’t recommended because of your condition.  You’re normally unable to leave your home, but if you do it requires a major effort.
 
To learn more, please feel free to contact us.

Visit our eligibility pages to help identify what services you could benefit from and call our patient care coordinators to better discuss your personalized medical treatment plan.

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If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us.

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