It’s about choices and really good care.
Our team of physicians, nurses, home health aides, social workers, chaplains and trained volunteers provides specialized medical care; emotional, spirtual and social support. We provide medical services, equipment, supplies, medications and training to manage your care. Cost is covered by Medicare, Medicaid, most commercial insurances and donations. There is no out-of-pocket cost to the patient or family.
Hospice of Citrus and the Nature Coast serves Alachua, Bradford,
Citrus, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Putnam, Suwannee, and Union counties.
Camp Good Hope and Teen Encounter are day camps for children and teens who have experienced a loss. The next camps scheduled for 2015 will be held in East Palatka on October 10, in Lake City on October 17 and in Inverness on October 24 (Click Here for additional information). If your child would benefit from attending one of these camps, Click Here for a camper application that you can print, fill out and mail.
Why do Hospice patients in Florida and their families benefit from the very best services?
Florida’s Certificate of Need (CON) Program ensures that Floridians have access to hospice services in all 67 counties (including all rural areas). It provides for frequent monitoring of all hospice agencies operating in the state, resulting in high levels of care and satisfaction. And the CON Program promotes community support for community hospices, enabling Floridians to benefit from an array of services, including grief support for adults and children, caregiver support, alternative medicines, special programs for pediatric and veteran patients, and remembrance services around the holidays. It also gives volunteers a great opportunity to participate in and support numerous hospice programs.
To learn more about the CON Program in Florida and why its continuance is vital to maintaining the quality of hospice care provided to all Floridians, click here.