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Good Samaritan Hospice

Good Samaritan Hospice

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Rebecca Long Term NursingRebecca Personal CareRebecca Short Term RehabHighpointe at RebeccaGood Samaritan Hospice House in Wexford+There’s something special about the Good Samaritan Hospice House in Wexford. It’s a feeling that’s hard to define and one that we believe provides our patients and their families with a sense of peace and harmony. Situated on a private 1.9 acres of wooded landscape in Wexford, this 5,200 square-foot house has six beautifully decorated bedrooms, each with a bed, recliner, dresser, armoire, television, DVD player, and clock radio. The comfortable common areas that patients and families are welcome to use include: Large, family-friendly kitchen area Peaceful family room Private dining room Chapel Serenity Garden And more The Good Samaritan Hospice House is staffed 7 days a week, 24 hours a day by a team of nurses, aides and specially trained hospice volunteers. Clergy members requested by a resident are always welcome and spiritual support of all denominations is available through our chaplain. Social Services is also available should the patient or family have questions or need assistance. For more information or to schedule a visit at the Good Samaritan House, please call our office manager at 724-933-8888 or toll free at 1-800-720-2557. You can also message us here. To reach the House directly, call 724-940-9120.Good Samaritan Hospice Inpatient Unit at Cabot+The Good Samaritan Hospice Unit on the Concordia at Cabot campus is equipped with all the furnishings of home to make your loved one and family as comfortable as possible. Each of the 10 bedrooms in the 6,500 square foot wing is uniquely decorated and furnished with a bed, recliner, dresser, armoire, television, DVD player and clock radio. Additionally, two patient suites provide an adjoining room to accommodate overnight guests. The beautiful common areas include: Large kitchen area Family-friendly dining room Comfortable family room Peaceful Chapel The hospice unit is staffed 7 days a week, 24 hours a day by a team of nurses, aides and specially-trained hospice volunteers. Clergy members requested by a resident are always welcome and spiritual support of all denominations is available through our chaplain. For more information or to schedule a visit to the Good Samaritan Hospice Unit on the Concordia at Cabot campus, please call our office manager at 724-933-8888 or toll free at 1-800-720-2557. You can also message us here. To reach the Unit directly, call 724-352-1571, ext. 6018.Good Samaritan Hospice at Heritage Valley+Built in 2013, Good Samaritan Hospice at Heritage Valley is a serene 10-bed unit at Heritage Valley Beaver Hospital that provides a caring, compassionate atmosphere where patients receive quality end-of-life care. The unit includes two suites where families may stay in an adjoining room with their loved one. In addition to the patient rooms and adjoining suites, the unit includes a chapel and a family room overlooking a picturesque wooded landscape. Visitors are welcomed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Friends and families are encouraged to bring their loved ones’ favorite comfort foods, since the unit includes a well-equipped kitchen. For more information or to schedule a visit to the Good Samaritan Hospice at Heritage Valley Unit , please call our office manager at 724-933-8888 or toll free at 1-800-720-2557. To reach the Unit directly, call 724-728-7000. The Good Samaritan Hospice at Heritage Valley Unit is located at 1000 Dutch Ridge Road, Beaver, PA 15009.In-Home Hospice Care+ Hospice care is "comfort care" when a cure is no longer probable. In the patient's home, it provides comfort through pain control and symptom management while offering emotional, social and spiritual support for the patient and family, individually and as a unit. For most families, when the option of a curative treatment is no longer beneficial, the following weeks or months can be overwhelming for many reasons. With Good Samaritan Hospice in-home hospice care, you and your loved ones don't have to face it alone. Even more reassuring is the fact that your loved one can stay as comfortable as possible in their home, skilled nursing facility, personal care/assisted living complex, or other residence. At Good Samaritan Hospice, family members are an equally important part of the caregiving process. Our goal is to support you, emotionally and physically, so that your health is not also compromised. Our entire care team will visit the patient and family in his/her home setting as needed. Most patients and their families choose to receive care from several team members, including: Community Educators Provide education to the patient and family regarding comfort care and symptom management. Social Workers Assist with healthcare/insurance questions and forms, and are advocates for the patient and family. RN Case Managers Work with physicians, nursing and care team, and family to develop and implement plan of care. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Visits as needed to support the RN's role in the patient's care. Home Health Aides Visit regularly to provide personal care assistance, support RNs and LPNs, and help with light housework. Pastoral Care Team Provides support to patients of all denominations, and welcomes care provided by the patient's own clergy. Physical and Occupational Therapists Available as needed for patient care and comfort. Volunteers Specially-trained volunteers are here to give the family some much needed rest. They help with things like visiting and praying with your loved one, light cooking, playing music or creating comfort blankets and memory quilts. Volunteers are always needed - if you have a heart for this ministry, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator here or call our office. For those patients on Medicare, we can often arrange for your loved one to stay a few days in one of our hospice inpatient facilities, which also gives you a reprieve from the stress of caregiving. For more information or to schedule a free consultation, please call the Good Samaritan Hospice administrative offices at 724-933-8888 or toll free at 1-800-720-2557. You can also message us here.  Serious Illness Pittsburgh+Good Samaritan Hospice's educational website, offering users guidance for caring for a person with a serious illness. Topics include medical concerns, emotional and spiritual issues, important decisions and more. The site also offers an online directory of local services and a free e-library with topics of interest to family caregivers.