99% of our hospice customers would recommend Home Nursing Agency to others.
||As Pennsylvania’s first home health agency to become a Medicare-certified hospice, we’ve been partnering with physicians for over 40 years to meet the needs of patients coping with a chronic or life-limiting illness.
Our advance practice nurses, therapists, social workers, and specially-trained hospice staff develop a plan to provide treatment, support, personal care, and a number of specialized services for both the patient and family. Hospice staff is available
24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week for:
- Symptom and pain management
- Emotional and spiritual support
- Volunteer and grief support
Care is available in personal residence, nursing facility, hospital or assisted living/personal care home.
Knowledge can bring great comfort.
Get to know hospice with Kim Kranz from Home Nursing Agency.
Click on the .mp3 files below to hear what hospice care is and how it may help your loved one.
What Makes Home Nursing Agency hospice remarkable?
- Service excellence is our mission! 99% of our hospice customers recommend us to others.
- A not-for-profit serving all ages in your community since 1968
- The region’s only hospice agency offering innovative technology and pediatric services
- Our advance-practice healthcare professionals enhance patient care and support
- Specialized services are offered such as the Healing Patch and palliative care consultation
- Around-the-clock support
- Accredited and certified hospice program
- Charitable care is provided to patients and families with limited resources or insurance
How can we help you?
We treat the person, not the disease.
The hospice team of specialists builds a unique partnership with patients and is comprised of healthcare professionals, all of whom address the medical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs of the patient and family.
We emphasize quality of life.
Hospice neither hastens nor postpones death. Hospice affirms life and regards dying as a normal process
We consider the entire family, not just the patient.
Patients and their families are included in the decision-making process and bereavement counseling is provided to the family after the death of their loved one for 13 months. Upon request, clergy assists the patient and family with the emotional and spiritual aspects of end-of-life. Our hospice volunteers provide support to patients and their families. They can assist with daily activities to enhance the quality of life for patients and help relieve some of the demands that are often placed on caregivers.