Home Based & Inpatient Hospice Care 662-362-8417 Direct
Alliance Hospice and Palliative Care is a 24 hour in-patient and home-based service focused on providing physical, emotional, and spiritual support. We specialize in compassionate care that is uniquely individualized for each patient. Our inpatient hospice care is for terminally ill patients who desire 24 hour medical care.
Counties Served: Alcorn, Benton, Calhoun, Desoto, Lafayette, Lee, Marshall, Panola, Pontotoc, Prentiss, Quitman, Tate, Tippah, Tunica, Union, and Yalobusha
Our Dedicated Team
A Medical Director, Registered Nurse, Chaplain, and Social Worker are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Other team members include the Administrator, Bereavement Coordinator, Patient Care Coordinator, Clinical Coordinator, and Public Relations Director.
The combined efforts of our skilled professionals ensure that the patient receives help in every area.
The Physician serves as the medical director and oversees the medical provision of care for each patient.
All licensed social workers care for the patient’s and family’s social and emotional needs.
Our Chaplains provide religious services, spiritual guidance, and counseling
Our nurses work closely with patients, their family, and physicians to manage pain and symptoms.
Certified Nursing Assistants
Our CNA’s provide assistance with activities of daily living, safety, and emotional support.
Our trained volunteers provide companionship and assistance to families and patients.
Such services include:
Hospice offers medical care toward a different goal: maintaining or improving quality of life for someone whose illness, disease or condition is unlikely to be cured. Each patient’s individualized care plan is updated as needed to address the physical, emotional and spiritual pain that often accompanies terminal illness. Hospice care also offers practical support for the caregiver(s) during the illness and grief support after death. Hospice is something more that is available to the patient and the entire family when curative measures have been exhausted and life prognosis is six months or less.
Hospice staff visits regularly and are always accessible to answer medical questions, provide support, education and the medical supplies needed to effectively care for a family member at home. In the early weeks/months of hospice care, it is usually not necessary for someone to be with a patient all of the time; however, later, as the disease process progresses, it becomes absolutely necessary for a primary caregiver to be with their loved one at all times. It is never easy and sometimes quite hard to care for a loved one at home. At the end of a long, progressive illness, nights especially can be very long. For that reason, hospice provides support to those caring for a loved one at home by having trained, professional staff members on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and help is only a phone call away. Hospice seeks to provide quality of life to the remaining days and is an appropriate choice when quality of days is the focus and the hope of the patient.
What is Palliative Care?
Palliative care is care that helps people live their life as fully and as comfortably as possible when living with a life-limiting or terminal illness.
Palliative care identifies and treats symptoms which may be physical, emotional, spiritual or social. Because palliative care is based on individual needs, the services offered will differ but may include:
Palliative care is a family-centered model of care, meaning that family and caregivers can receive practical and emotional support.
Who Pays for Hospice?
Hospice care is a covered benefit under Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance. Alliance Hospice team is able to answer questions regarding benefits and will assist with verification of coverage for hospice services.
Please call our office to further discuss your Hospice Benefits Coverage. Usually, hospice is a covered benefit with little to no out of pocket expense for our patients. Each situation is different and a member of our staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding coverage and walk you through the admission process.
It is important to note that all medications and durable medical equipment pertaining to the hospice diagnosis is covered by hospice under the Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance plans.
While we provide hospice and palliative care wherever you are, we have a central office to coordinate care and provide administrative support.
Alliance Hospice and Palliative Care
1430 Highway 4 E
Holly Springs, MS 38635
(662) 252-1212 ext. 1200
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P.O. Box 29230
Shawnee Mission, KS 66201-9330
Customer Service #: 800-676-3777(V)
1-800-229-5746 (STS English)
1-866-260-9470 (STS Spanish)
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