What is Hospice?

Hospice care is a specialized field of medicine that focuses on quality of life and comfort for patients with terminal illnesses. Patients and their loved ones are cared for by an entire team with the goal of maximizing quality of life.

Choose Heights Hospice

We are locally owned, have almost 23 years of experience in home health care in the Houston community, and are ACHC accredited.

Nurse Available 24/7

Office Hours M-F 9am to 6pm

Office Hours: 346-571-7928

After Office Hours: 832-372-0447

FAX: (346) 406-2128

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Compassionate Quality Care for Life's Journey

Heights

Hospice Care LLC.

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CAN HOSPICE HELP?

Please call us today.

Allow us to help you with the caregiving at home, so you can focus on the moments that count.

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Compassionate Specialized Care

We work with the patient and their current physician and specialists to develop an individualized plan of hospice care to address the patient's specific situation and provides comfort and symptom management.


The hospice care team consists of a nurse, doctor, certified nursing assistant, social worker, chaplain, and volunteers. They are all experts in end-of-life care and know how to make patients as comfortable as possible.


The hospice team is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week providing reassurance and peace of mind for families.


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Spiritual & bereavement counselor

Our Hospice Team Includes:

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Nurses

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physicians

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aides

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Volunteers

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Therapists

Heights Hospice Care, LLC. NPI #1174084743


1419 W. 24th Street Suite B | Houston, TX 77008

Houston downtown

Care Where You Need It

We are proud to serve you and your loved ones with patient-centered, skilled medical care.

Heights Hospice Care provides care wherever the patient calls home:

  • House or apartment
  • Assisted living facility
  • Skilled nursing home
  • A friend’s home
  • A family member's home


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Caring for the final stages of life

Towards the end of life, many people begin to become unresponsive and silent. Many patients, though, are able to hear even at the point where they can no longer speak. The best thing is to speak to them as normal, share the day and time, advents, the holidays that are coming up, and also of other family members that may have called or stopped by.

Being able to provide care for someone in the last stages of their life is a privilege. Let’s take it seriously and do all that we can to make the last moments of their life the best moments of their life.



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What We Can Provide

  • Manages pain & symptoms Assists with the emotional & spiritual aspects of dying Medications
  • Medical equipment
  • Speech & physical therapy when needed
  • Makes short-term inpatient care available when pain or symptoms become too difficult to manage
  • Respite for caregivers
  • Care guidance for the family caring for the patient
  • Grief support & counseling for surviving family and friends.



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Hospice Care LLC.

Compassionate Quality Care for Life's Journey

Checklist to Prepare and Protect your Family and Household in case of an Outbreak

Plan and prepare

  • Get up-to-date information about local Covid-19 activity from public officials and departments.- Create a list of important organizations and providers your household can call in case of emergencies.- Choose a designated room that can be used to separate family members who are sick or under monitoring

Take everyday preventive action

  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Let family members who are sick or have underlying issues stay at home
  • and away from the office, school or crowded places
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. Avoid sharing personal items

Stay in touch

  • Stay informed about the local outbreak situation- Notify your work or school if your schedule or arrangements need to change- If you live alone, ask family, friends, and health care providers to check on you during the outbreak- Stay in touch with family and friends with chronic medical conditions

Take care of your household's emotional health

  • Outbreaks are stressful for both adults and children. Children may respond differently to stressful situations.- Talk with your children and answer their questions- Let them voice out their fears or worries- Practice meditation- Stick to a schedule
  • Caregivers should take time for themselves to de-stress and

For emergencies and more information call your

Heights Hospice Care team at (346) 406 -2128

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Contact Heights Hospice Care, LLC

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Heights

Hospice Care LLC.

Compassionate Quality Care for Life's Journey

Location:

1419 W. 24th Street Suite B

Houston, TX 77008

Phone: 346-571-7928

Main Fax: (346) 406-2128


In Case of Phone Outage

Emergency Contact Number: 832-372-0447


Admissions/Referrals

intake@heightshospicecare.com | 346-571-7928

E-FAX: (832) 213-1409


NPI #1174084743