Home Health & Hospice
When personal health is declining for yourself or a loved one, you may find that navigating care options can be overwhelming. Whether choosing to receive medical treatment for a serious illness or transitioning to comfort care, Parkview will walk beside you along the path.
Whatever decisions you and your family are currently facing, we hope you take comfort in having the Parkview Home Health & Hospice care team available to provide an extra layer of support. We provide a full continuum of services. And our focus is on you – sharing information so you and your family can make informed decisions, helping you achieve your personal goals, and supporting the highest quality of life possible.
If you have questions about services for you or a loved one, call us at 260-373-9800.
Whether you are recovering from surgery or illness, or living with a chronic disease, Parkview Home Health & Hospice can help make hospital visits shorter and less frequent with home- based skilled nursing and rehabilitation.
Hospice care brings comfort, dignity and respect to end-of-life care. At Parkview Home Health & Hospice, we take the time to understand the specific needs of our patients and their loved ones to ensure patient quality of life.
Palliative care — also called comfort care — manages symptoms, pain and stress that you or your loved one may experience with serious illness and provides a smooth transition between home health and hospice services.
Grief & Bereavement
Grief is a normal emotional response that can last for a period of time after a loved one’s death. Parkview Hospice provides guidance for patients or family members who may be experiencing a multitude of feelings.
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Meet our team
Parkview Health has providers specially trained in coordinating care for those approaching end of life or who need assistance managing pain or other symptoms. These physicians work with the larger care team to provide services throughout northeast Indiana. Our care team includes physicians, specially trained Advanced Practice Providers (NP/PAs), registered nurses, therapists and others who work together to deliver comprehensive care.