The Hospice program offers professional staff for patients with a terminal
diagnosis that are no longer seeking curative treatment. Patients will be cared
for by their loved ones in the comfort of their home. Services provided by our
Hospice team includes: physicians, nurses, chaplain, counselors, therapists,
pharmacists, aides and volunteers who provide medical care and support services
not only to the patient, but also to the entire family.
Hospice uses effective methods of pain and symptom control that enables the
patient to live as fully and comfortable as possible. Hospice offers help and
support to the patient and family on a 24-hour-a-day, seven days a week basis.
Hospice extends with a bereavement program to support family after the death of
their loved ones.
CHI Hospice is licensed by North Dakota Department of Health and Medicare
Home Health is a professional service that provides skilled health care into
the comfortable surroundings of a patient's own home, under the direction of
their primary physician. Services may include skilled nursing, physical
therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, social services and home health
aide. Home Health Care is a benefit provided to patients with an illness,
change in condition or injury that could benefit with in home services
returning to their previous level of function.