Allegiance Hospice Home, the only residence for end-of-life care in Jackson County, is a warm and welcoming place dedicated to caring for the needs of patients at the end-of-life and their families. The home provides compassionate services in a beautiful wooded setting that supports a calming and peaceful experience. Along with offering amenities to make patients feel comfortable and secure, the home also provides their families and caregivers with special accommodations and services.
The Comfort of Home
Features of the Allegiance Hospice Home include:
- 20 spacious, private rooms with TV, DVD and a private bathroom
- Sleeping area for family in all patient rooms
- Two family rooms with kitchenette, TV and DVD
- Water therapy spa room
- Outdoor patios and walking paths
Hospice Home Payment Options
The costs of care at Allegiance Hospice Home are reimbursed by Medicare and Medicaid, most private insurance policies, preferred provider organizations (PPOs) and other types of health plans.
The hospice-specific benefit under Medicare and Medicaid provides comprehensive coverage for services that relate to a patient’s life-limiting illness and are outlined in the patient’s plan of care. These include medications, nutritional supplements, medical supplies and equipment, and counseling services for patients and families, as well as the services of physicians, nurses, social workers, home health aides, therapists, bereavement specialists and chaplains.
At the Allegiance Hospice Home, room and board costs are generally billed to the patient or family, but may also be covered by a private insurance plan or Medicaid. Arrangements are made at the time of admission, and patients may request an assessment for sliding-scale eligibility. Donations made to the Allegiance Health Foundation by area businesses, organizations and individuals help offset the costs.