When your physician orders home health services as a medically necessary part of your recovery, you receive personalized care utilizing assessments, treatments, teaching and assistance with daily living activities from skilled health professionals. Mercy Home Health offers specialized programs to address the individualized needs of patients.
You may receive one or more of the following home health services:
Our goal at Mercy Hospice is to provide every patient with the highest quality of life possible. At the heart of hospice and home care is a dedicated interdisciplinary group. Together, we create a warm and compassionate atmosphere where patients can be among family and friends.
Mercy Hospice serves adults with any terminal illness, wherever they may live, including:
Hospice can help when a terminal illness has been diagnosed, life expectancy is six months or less and cure-oriented treatment is no longer being pursued. Hospice care is appropriate when quality of life is the priority and can help when:
We offer many services to comfort the patients and their families. Types of care include:
The Mercy Hospice Interdisciplinary Team physicians and clinical staff develop detailed care plans for each patient.
Mercy Hospice offers a bereavement program which is provided for the bereaved for 13 months after the death of their loved one. This service is part of the hospice benefit and is provided at no cost. Services available include:
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At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including:
Crawford, Franklin, Gasconade, Jefferson, Lincoln, St. Charles, St. Louis County, St. Louis City & Warren