No one wants to hear bad news at the doctor's office, but there comes a time for each of us when that news is delivered. Then the question is: now what? Just because there's nothing that can be done to be better, doesn't mean there's not a lot that can be done to feel better. We put together your individualized plan of care just like the pieces of a puzzle. The most important piece is you: what you need and what you want.
Palliative, or Transitional Care, is for people who need care, but are having a really hard time getting that care. It is not hospice. This type of care is intended for people who need care, but are having a hard time getting to help - often times because they feel too bad to get out of the house. People who need help but don't meet eligibility criteria for hospice may want to consider the palliative option. Care includes a doctor that will visit you in your home, and a social worker to help navigate the twists and turns of your insurance.
are wonderful. People who work at Complete Care want to work above industry standards, and have often been tied down by expectations of mediocrity or a general disapproval of creativity. We go above and beyond. We're not just out of the box...we never even had a box. Bottom line: Complete Care wants to support everyone who works here so they can support the people we support.
Once upon a time a small group of unhappy hospice nurses and a disgruntled human resources manager got together over wings and fries to plan an escape from their frustrations in the hospice industry. They wondered if all the things they thought would work well would actually work well. They threw caution to the wind, and lo and behold, most of it not only worked well, but exceedingly well. Complete Care is as absolutely and with out compromise about taking care of patients and families. We're also about taking care of each other. And really, who wants a tired cranky nurse to come into their home?