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He makes me lie down in green pastures, He leads me beside quiet waters, He restores my soul

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Welcome to Selah Hospice Care

Selah Hospice Care provides coordinated and comprehensive medical, social, emotional support and spiritual resources for people with a life-limiting illness. Hospice Care focuses on relieving pain and other symptoms in order to keep patient comfortable and improve their quality of life surrounded by family and friends.

Why Selah

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Our Services

We believe you deserve quality care and support that's tailored to you and your family.

Our Care services

Pain and symptom management

Medication

Medical Equipment

Assistance with activities of daily living

Emotional and spiritual support

Volunteer Services

Caregiver support and education

Bereavement Services

Respite care

Pediatrics division

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The Gonzalez Family

Thank you to all of you that were a part of my father’s care team. Your patience and your tenderness towards them will forever be appreciated. God bless you and all that you do.

The Gamboa Family

We would like to thank everyone at Selah Hospice for their excellent care and courteous services. Their team is exceptional and their caring for the patients is outstanding.

The Reyes Family

If ever in need of hospice care, Selah Hospice Care is the place to trust. Take it from me, who was reluctant to use hospice service for my mother a year ago but will not stop using their services now.

The Luna Family

Your compassion, warmth and excellent care speak volumes about each person individually and as a team. God bless each of you so richly.

The Diaz Family

Thank you for the care you provided to our mother. God Bless you.

The Perales Family

We are very pleased with the care Selah Hospice has provided for my elderly mom. The staff has been so caring and helpful. I will definitely recommend your company to my friends and family.

The Williamson Family

The family of W.W. would like to thank your staff for the kind and wonderful care she received during her last days. You made possible for her to spend her last days in her own home. Thank you!!

The Soto Family

would like to thank Maria Martinez for all the advice and listening to me vent during my husband’s illness and later when he passed away. The RN Ivy always asked if we needed anything else so he could be comfortable.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is hospice care?

Considered the model for quality compassionate care for people facing a life-limiting illness, hospice provides expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored to the patient’s needs and wishes. Support is provided to the patient’s family as well. Hospice focuses on caring, not curing. In most cases, care is provided in the patient’s home but may also be provided in inpatient hospice facilities, hospitals,  nursing homes, Assisted Living Facilities and Comfort homes. Hospice services are available to patients with any terminal illness or of any age, religion, or race.

When is the right time to ask about hospice?

Now is the best time to learn more about hospice care and ask questions about what to expect. Although end-of-life care may be difficult to discuss, it is best for loved ones and family members to share their wishes long before it becomes a concern. This can greatly reduce stress when the time for hospice becomes apparent. By having these discussions in advance, uncomfortable situations can be avoided. Instead, educated decisions can be made that include the advice and input of loved ones.
https://www.nhpco.org/patients-and-caregivers/about-hospice-care/how-and-when-does-hospice-start/

What services are provided?

The interdisciplinary hospice team:
• Manages the patient’s pain and symptoms;
• Assists the patient and family members with the emotional, psychosocial, and spiritual aspects of dying;
• Provides medications and medical equipment;
• Educate the family on how to care for the patient;
• Provides bereavement support and counseling;
• Makes short-term inpatient care available when pain or symptoms become too difficult to manage at home, or the caregiver needs respite time;
• Volunteer services.

Location of Care

The majority of hospice care is provided in the place the patient calls home. In addition to private residences, this includes nursing homes, Assisted Living Facilities and Comfort homes

What is hospice care?

Considered the model for quality compassionate care for people facing a life-limiting illness, hospice provides expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored to the patient’s needs and wishes. Support is provided to the patient’s family as well. Hospice focuses on caring, not curing. In most cases, care is provided in the patient’s home but may also be provided in inpatient hospice facilities, hospitals,  nursing homes, Assisted Living Facilities and Comfort homes. Hospice services are available to patients with any terminal illness or of any age, religion, or race.

When is the right time to ask about hospice?

Now is the best time to learn more about hospice care and ask questions about what to expect. Although end-of-life care may be difficult to discuss, it is best for loved ones and family members to share their wishes long before it becomes a concern. This can greatly reduce stress when the time for hospice becomes apparent. By having these discussions in advance, uncomfortable situations can be avoided. Instead, educated decisions can be made that include the advice and input of loved ones.
https://www.nhpco.org/patients-and-caregivers/about-hospice-care/how-and-when-does-hospice-start/

What services are provided?

The interdisciplinary hospice team:
• Manages the patient’s pain and symptoms;
• Assists the patient and family members with the emotional, psychosocial, and spiritual aspects of dying;
• Provides medications and medical equipment;
• Educate the family on how to care for the patient;
• Provides bereavement support and counseling;
• Makes short-term inpatient care available when pain or symptoms become too difficult to manage at home, or the caregiver needs respite time;
• Volunteer services.

Location of Care

The majority of hospice care is provided in the place the patient calls home. In addition to private residences, this includes nursing homes, Assisted Living Facilities and Comfort homes

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