Hospice & Palliative Care
At Allegiance Hospice, our goal is to help the end-of-life experience as comfortable and meaningful as possible for patients and their families. We do this by providing hospice care and palliative care in a variety of settings, from the hospital to an assisted living facility to the patient’s own home.
We provide medical services, emotional support and spiritual resources for individuals with a life-limiting illness and their families. Learn more about hospice care.
Palliative care specializes in the relief of pain, symptoms and stress of serious or chronic medical conditions. Learn more about palliative care.
Allegiance Hospice Home is the only hospice residence in Jackson County. Learn more about Hospice Home.
Our bereavement support team provides a number of ways for individuals and families who have lost someone they love to talk with others who share their experience. This includes weekly support groups and Camp Weave-A-Hope, a weekend of renewal for adults, teens and children 6 and older. Learn more about bereavement support.
Regardless of an individual’s spiritual beliefs or religious background, Allegiance Hospice focuses on providing the nurturing support that will help them through their particular circumstances and meet their personal needs.
The Allegiance Hospice care team members are experienced, compassionate professionals who offer comfort and support during the final stages of life. Our team is comprised of physicians, hospice certified nurses, social workers, home health aides, spiritual counselors and therapists.