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All services, medications and equipment related to your hospice care are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance plans.
United Hospice of Rockland, Inc. (‘UHR’) provides care, hope, comfort and improved quality of life to individuals and their families facing serious illness. We offer compassionate support to members of our community who have experienced the loss of a loved one. We lead the health and human services community in improving the provision of care to those affected by serious illness.
Hospice offers choices about your care and assists you in making decisions about your plan of care goals. We make every effort to keep you comfortable in surroundings that can best meet your needs.
Let our expert staff work with your doctor to manage your pain, symptoms, therapies and other treatments. Our dedicated team is experienced in planning for your comfort and teaching caregivers with confidence.
Focus on friends, family, making memories and enjoying life. Hospice helps alleviate pain for patients and eases responsibilities and stress for caregivers so loved ones can spend precious quality time together.
Emotional pain and distress take a toll on patients and families. Hospice provides emotional, practical and spiritual support to families. We also offer respite services to caregivers and bereavement services to loved ones.
In conjunction with our Presenting Sponsor, Dignity Memorial, UHR is hosting our 14th Annual Veterans Recognition Event on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at the Paramount Country Club in New City starting at 11:30 am. Lunch and Guest Speaker Elizabeth Sayles, Co-Author with Rick Breyer of The Ghost Army of World War II.
Rockland County Teachers Association is hosting the 4th Annual Billiards Bonanza at Diamond Jim's in Nanuet all to benefit UHR!
Honor or remember a loved one by purchasing a star on our Tree of Life. Stars will be on display on the Tree of Life at the Palisades Center Mall in West Nyack, NY from November 27 through December 24,2017.