What services does Prudential Hospice Care provide?

Physician managed care

Regular nursing visits to provide pain and symptom management

Medical Social Workers

Certified home health aides visits to assist with personal care

Volunteers for companionship and support

Spiritual counseling for patients, families, and caregivers

Bereavement support for your family and loved ones throughout your illness, and for up to 13 months afterwards

Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy

Wound care

Registered Dietician


All Levels of Care are Offered:

Routine level of care | Respite | Short-term general inpatient | Continuous care


“Support does not end when your loved one dies. Experts have said that it takes 18-24 months to process a significant loss in our lives. Our bereavement Program follows families for at least thirteen months afterwards with phone calls, mailings and resources for individuals no matter where you live. We are available for people to cry, vent, and generally show emotion without judgment continuing this difficult journey with you and helping you understand that you have not lost your mind. Someone understands.

 – Prudential Hospice Care Chaplain

We Honor Veterans Program

We Honor Veterans, is a program created by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). By participating in the we honor veterans program, Prudential Hospice Care understands the unique needs of America’s Veterans and their families. This Veterans-centric program helps guide our veterans through their life stories towards a more peaceful ending.


We provide volunteers to help with companionship, compassion and support on a non-medical level. Our volunteers are trained so they may perform administrative volunteering or  direct patient volunteering. Administrative volunteering includes administrative support and staff support in the office. Patient-Care volunteers have direct contact with the patients and their families. Reading, playing music, and conversing are a few of the activities a patient care volunteer might engage in with the patient.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Prudential Hospice Care does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or age in admission, treatment, or participation of its program, service and activities, or in employment. Additionally, Prudential Hospice Care does not discriminate against any person of the basis of sexual orientation, gender or religious preference.

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