The caring, 24/7 support of our medical staff and volunteers frees people who come to Solvay Hospice House to be exactly what they were meant to be: family and friends. It’s why we customize our comprehensive care to each individual’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Our team is comprised of highly trained professionals who understand the complexities people face at the end of life, as well as the challenges family and friends experience
each person designates a primary physician to manage his or her end-of-life care. The hospice physicians are also available as a resource.
registered and licensed nurses specialize in palliative care and are here to help coordinate each individual’s care plan.
help with personal care and light housekeeping, making life easier for patients and families.
provide healthy meals, monitor special dietary needs and ensure proper nutrition.
offer emotional support, counseling and community resource support services.
assist in identifying spiritual concerns and in making connections with a patient’s community of faith.
support the person and family throughout the dying process and offer follow-up grief education and bereavement
provide music opportunities to help increase communication and emotional expression in order to reduce pain, anxiety and stress.
greets visitors and families, and coordinates secretarial duties.
hospice house-trained individuals provide a variety of services, including support, companionship and respite care.