United Hospice of Rockland, Inc., provides specialized care for people facing a serious illness. Together, we develop a personalized plan of care to help you live each day to the fullest. We will provide you and your family members with the support and guidance that you need. Our services include:
The sooner we become involved, the sooner we can help. Others who have benefited from our services often tell us, "I wish I had come to Hospice sooner." If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you or your loved one may be eligible for hospice services:
The above list is by no means a complete list. Please call us now to discuss your personal situation. We will contact your doctor and meet with you to help determine the right time for services to begin. Our phone number is 845-634-4974.
Hospice offers the best possible care for people facing serious illness. We will offer you choices about your care and help you to maintain control over decisions that affect you. Our expert staff will make every effort possible to keep you comfortable in surroundings that can best meet your needs. We will provide the emotional and practical support you and your family need during this time. We will help to preserve your dignity.
If you live in Rockland County or lower Orange County, have a serious illness and are in agreement with the goal of comfort care, we are here to help you. We serve individuals of all ages from infants to seniors. Hospice provides an enhanced quality of life for people with illnesses that include: AIDS, Cancer, Diseases of the heart, lungs, kidneys and liver, Neurological disease including Parkinson’s disease, ALS, and Alzheimer’s/Dementia and many others.
Our specialized and highly skilled comfort care is provided primarily in patients' homes. We are also able to provide assistance in our local hospitals, most skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, group homes and other residential settings. Our Joe Raso Hospice Residence is an option for those individuals who cannot/do not want to be cared for in their own home.
Most insurance carriers (including Medicare and Medicaid) cover hospice care. Our staff can work with your insurer to inquire about coverage and obtain necessary authorizations. If you do not have health insurance, you may qualify for charity care or reduced fees. No one is ever turned away from receiving community based hospice care because they cannot pay for care.