Hospicio

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Brisas Hospicio (Brisas Hospice) provides home care services for people with terminal illnesses with a life expectancy of six months or less. These services are covered by Medicare Part A for all age groups, including children, adults and the elderly, during the final stages of their life.

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Who is eligible for these services?

Patients are eligible for hospice care when:

• A doctor (if they have one) and the medical director of hospice care certify that the patient is terminally ill and that he/she probably has less than six months to live.
• The patient signs an agreement choosing hospice care instead of the ordinary benefits for his terminal illness.


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Services that are covered

Medical Services - are offered with a minimum frequency of 1 visit per month and whenever necessary, according to how critical the patient’s condition is. Services include management of vitals, symptoms and pain relief so that the patient can experience a better quality of life.

Infirmary Services – to evaluate and asses current vitals and symptoms, and monitors them with a minimum frequency of 1 visit per week, up to 2 to 3 weekly visits, according to the patient's condition and needs.

Social Services - assesses psychosocial needs that affect or prevent establishing the patient care protocol, and then offers the necessary support and resources. Minimum visits - 1 per month or according to the needs of the patient/caregiver.

Chaplain Services - evaluates the spiritual needs of the patient and/or caregiver that affect the acceptance process of the patient's health condition, in order to offer the necessary support. Minimum visits - 1 per month or according to the needs of the patient/caregiver.

Support Services, According to Need:

Hospice Assistant - offered as a support resource to the caregiver for help with patient’s hygiene/bath. It is offered from 2 to 5 visits per week or as needed.

Housekeeper - available as a support resource to the caregiver to help with chores and patient care such as, bathroom assistance, cleaning the patient’s room, washing clothes, preparing meals for the patient, amongst others, according to need. This service is evaluated by social worker to determine the frequency that it will be assigned according to the needs of the patient and their caregiver.

Other Services:

• Speech Therapy and Physical Therapy - are offered when ordered by the doctor, for dealing with pain relief or other symptoms related to the terminal illness.

• Nutritionist - by medical order according to the patient's need.

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EQUIPMENT, MEDICAL SUPPLIES AND COVERED MEDICATIONS

Durable Medical Equipment:

The durable medical equipment within the scope of coverage must be ordered by the physician and in accordance to the patient’s needs to relieve and manage his condition. Delivery will be prioritized according to the date it was ordered.

Position bed
Wheel chair
Oxygen tank
Oxygen concentrator
Crane
Suction machine
Respiratory therapy machine
Others

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Medical Supplies:

Medical supplies will be available for weekly delivery according to the patient's need. Some of the medical supplies that are covered are:

Gloves
Gauze
Foley catheter
Disposable diapers
Under pads
Doctor’s tape
Nutritional supplements
Others

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What people say

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What better recommendation letter than the quality services we offer our patients, the attention and warmth our team provides to each of them and our professionalism. This is confirmed by other professionals that subcontract our services:

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"As a geriatrician, I have always had a great interest in palliative and hospice care. When I started working at Brisas Health (formerly Hospicio Las Brisas) I could see the great human warmth, empathy and love that the whole team gives to patients. I could appreciate the great knowledge the team has about the necessary care at the end of life.

The entire Brisas Health team takes care of patients as if they were part of their own family, with a lot of dedication."

– Dra. Natalie Rodriguez Visalden

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