Infinite Hospice Care, Inc.
A serious illness has befallen a family member in Los Angeles, CA. You know that the life-limiting disease will progress over time and you’re faced with decisions involving the care management of your loved one. If you feel overwhelmed by the situation, Infinite Hospice Care, Inc. is here to listen and provide holistic care. All services under one umbrella.
- Hospice Care – Interdisciplinary care that focuses on alleviating the patient’s comfort as the disease process takes its course. We always have nurses available in Los Angeles to come to you and explain the benefits of hospice care. Additionally, we do our best to find the right caregiver at reasonable prices or find placement in assisted living facilities, if that is what the patient’s family needs.
- Palliative Care – Revolves around pain management and reducing the adverse symptoms associated with the terminal illness. Until the last moment, our nurses provide service to keep the patient and their family in comfort.
We focus on comforting patients as they journey towards the end of their lives. We are here to help the patient and the family members in adjusting to lifestyle changes and in coping with the often debilitating effects of the disease.
In a gradual, loving and patient way, we will help you transition from aggressive therapies into hospice care programs that are appropriate for your family’s situation. At all times, we consider the dignity of the patient – it is during these moments that such must be preserved to the highest extent.
While the disease may take away years from your life, it will not take away your individuality and who you are as a person. To us, you are someone’s parent, son, daughter…a friend. We will treat you with the kindness and comfort that is due.
For a more detailed consultation on your hospice care options in Los Angeles, CA, please call Infinite Hospice Care, Inc. at 818-782-2516 or at 818-631-3848. How can we assist you today?
To provide hospice services that are designed to provide pallative care, alleviate the physical, emotional, social and spiritual discomforts of an individual who is experiencing the last phase of life due to existence of terminal disease and provide supportive care to the primary care to the primary caregiver and the family of the patients.