Our Services

Our Services

  • Registered Nurse Case Manager: The RN Case Manager works most closely with you in developing an individualized plan of care. He or she will be focused on managing any pain or other symptoms which your illness may be causing you. Additionally, your nurse will communicate with your physician on a regular basis to keep him or her up-to-date on your care and any needs which may arise.
  • Social Worker: Your Social Worker works with you and your family on addressing the very real financial, emotional, and social stresses which can affect a patient and his or her family who are coping with a terminal illness. Additionally, he or she is able to connect you with community resources, which can ease the costs associated with an illness.
  • Chaplain: The Chaplain is chiefly responsible for addressing your emotional and spiritual needs. He or she does not promote religion, but rather any spiritual needs you and your loved ones may have. Additionally, the Chaplain is available to aid you in connecting with your local clergy, if you so desire.
  • Medical Director: Each patient will have a Medical Director involved with their care. He or she is part of the team and consults regularly with the other hospice team members, as well as your personal (attending) physician, regarding your care. Patients may always retain their personal physician while under hospice services.
  • Hospice Volunteer: A Hospice Volunteer is an integral part of your hospice team. Volunteers are able to visit you in your home and provide respite, companionship, and socialization.
  • Certified Hospice Aide: The Certified Hospice Aide is often your day-to-day contact with Moments Hospice. He or she will assist you in personal care, such as bathing, dressing, incontinence care, housework, meal preparation, or just to be a friendly visitor to brighten your day.
  • Holistic Therapies: Moments Hospice provides a variety of Holistic Therapies, such as musicmassageart and pet therapy. These therapeutic methods can be an invaluable way to manage the symptoms of your illness, in addition to, or instead of, medications. Medicare Part A covers hospice 100% with no co-pay and no deductible for hospice services.Included in the hospice benefit are:
  • Physicians’ services
  • Nursing care
  • Medical equipment and supplies related to the terminal illness
  • Medicines related to the terminal illness
  • Short–term inpatient, respite, and continuous care
  • Hospice Aide and homemaker services
  • Social work, dietary and spiritual counseling
  • After hours on-call and telephone triage services


In most states, Medicaid covers hospice care. 

Private Insurance: 

Most insurance plans, issued by employees and the military, as well as many managed care plans, cover hospice.


 Navigating insurance coverage can be a time consuming process, our intake department will be happy to verify coverage and receive authorization for hospice services.

At Home 

Moments Hospice takes care of patients primarily in their home. Home is defined by the patient and therefore can mean an individual’s house or apartment, a long-term care facility or assisted living.    


Moments Hospice offers inpatient hospice in various settings; nursing homes and hospitals being the most common. Some of our programs have dedicated hospice units as well. 

Nursing Home/Assisted Living

Recognizing the unique requirements in this environment, we will work with the facility to design a program that works for each patient’s individual needs.