Harbor Hospice strives to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs of patients and family members who share the emotional trauma of a terminal illness. Harbor Hospice is committed to educate the community and increase awareness of the hospice concept of care among medical professionals, lay persons, clergy and those in need of a compassionate approach of care:

  • ◦We are committed to delivering professional, caring services for our patients and their families

  • ◦We treat every patient and family member with the dignity, honor and respect they deserve, without regard to race, color, creed, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, national origin, or ability to pay

  • ◦We honor the wishes of the patient and the family

  • ◦We are committed to educating the community about the sensitive needs of our patients

  • For patients with both cancer and non-cancer illnesses.

  • Available for the patient and their family facing an end-of-life illness. Hospice assists by providing palliative care services for our patients, and education and counseling for the family.

  • Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week through hospice staff that are on-call.

  • Typically covered by Medicare, Medicaid and some private insurances when the expense is related to the terminal diagnosis. This includes medications, supplies, durable medical equipment and nursing services.

Please allow Beacon Hospice to start helping you today by contacting our office for a free evaluation to determine your eligibility for the hospice benefit.

Who is Beacon Hospice

Beacon Hospice is much more than a place. We are devoted to giving each family a gift when they need it most...quality of life for our patients when they are facing life's greatest challenge.

At Beacon Hospice our commitment to excellence is reflected in our core values. Conveying these values throughout the organization with excitement and passion by word and action is what drives us.

“The gift of hospice is its capacity to help families see how much can be shared at the end of life. It is no wonder that many families can look back upon their hospice experience with gratitude.”

- Naomi Naierman, CEO AHF