Transforming the care of the seriously ill
Because there is "no place like home" for the "comfort and care of the elderly, chronic and seriously ill".
What We DoHospice and Palliative Care
Emotional & Spiritual
Social & Volunteer
The Difference Between Hospice and Palliative Care
Hospice One form of Palliative care, delivered to those who choose to de-select heroic end of life care and opt-in for symptom management, comfort care and pain relief. Provided as a Medicare Benefit and paid for without deductible by Medicare to eligible patients.
Palliative Care Comfort and pain relief for anyone with a serious illness, regardless of life prognosis, whether they are expected to be cured or to live years. Hospice is a form of Palliative Care. Medicare pays for the Hospice form of Palliative Care for those with a prognosis of 6-months to live or less. Other Palliative Care programs can be customized to include Hospital Palliative Care programs, Insurance based Palliative Care programs and even Private Pay Palliative Care programs.
Who We ServeWe serve the elderly, chronic, seriously ill and their families
Who We AreWe are “Kindful” people.
How We're Different
Where to Find UsLocations
Connecting With PeopleIn these Communities
Canadian | Carter | Cleveland | Coal | Creek | Garvin | Grady | Hughes | Johnston | Lincoln | Murray | Muskogee | McClain | Oklahoma | Okfuskee | Osage | Okmulgee | Pawnee | Payne | Pittsburg | Pontotoc | Pottawatomie | Rogers | Seminole | Tulsa | Wagner