You may be concerned about your mom or dad canceling their medical appointments. This can put them at-risk for becoming sicker due to not getting the care they need. But your loved one can get the care they need safely at home (wherever home may be), without having to leave their home.
If you or a loved one has missed a doctor appointment, Hospice of South Texas may be able to help. A Hospice of South Texas team member may be able to visit you or your loved one at home to determine how you are doing and what additional care may be beneficial. We strictly follow CDC guidelines to ensure their safety.
Ensuring those with chronic or serious illness are getting the care they need can help keep you or your loved one out of the hospital.
It’s important they get the care they need so they don’t end up at overburdened urgent cares and emergency rooms.
To learn how we can help your loved one get the care they need safely at home give us a call at at Victoria: 361.572.4300 or Hallettsville: 361.798.2077 for answers and information, or complete the form below. Our services are paid for by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances.
• Review of medications to ensure you have what you need and you or your loved one are taking medications as directed.
• Assessment of symptoms and pain.
• Connection to local community resources (grocery delivery, medication delivery, financial resources).
Patients with chronic and serious medical conditions including:
• Heart Disease
• Lung Disease
• Renal Failure
• Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
• General Decline
Hospice of South Texas can offer real support – whether it’s help from our nurses to ease symptoms,
help from our CNAs and volunteers to share caregiving responsibilities, social workers who can align community resources or help from our chaplains so fear and anxiety can be replaced with strength, confidence and peace.
At Hospice of South Texas, keeping our patients, families, and staff as safe as possible is our number one priority. We are following all precautions recommended by the CDC in response to COVID-19.