RVNAhealth Hospice Services

Our hospice care is multi-disciplinary, and all encompassing, tailored to match the needs of each individual and family. RVNAhealth offers the following services to all our hospice patients:

  • Expert medical care and symptom management
  • On-call 24/7 physician, nursing and pharmacy support
  • Emotional, social, and spiritual support
  • Personal care to support daily living activities
  • Social worker services
  • Medical equipment, supplies, and medication related to terminal illness
  • Access to financial, legal, and transportation resources
  • Caregiver support and counseling for family and friends
  • Access to RVNAhealth hospice volunteers
  • Bereavement support for 13 months
  • Seamless access to RVNAhealth’s family of health services: skilled nursing, physical therapists, and non-medical caregivers

ComfortWELL services can be seamlessly supported by other RVNAhealth WELL service families to offer coordinated care from our qualified team of health professionals.

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At RVNAhealth, our patients and their families remind us of why we love what we do.

Thank you for your professional, personalized care, compassion, and kindness. Your knowledge, confidence, and direction helped me tremendously.”

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Hospice News Articles

Que Sera Sera: RVNAhealth Hosts Concert at Wilton Meadows

On Thursday, October 15, RVNAhealth hosted an outdoor concert for hospice patients and their families at Wilton Meadows. Featuring such musical treasures as Que Sera Sera, Let It Be, and Has Anybody Seen My Gal?, it was perfect entertainment on a glorious autumn afternoon.
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A collage of Duane with the box that the Green Bay Packers sent him, a note signed by Aaron Rodgers, and Duane sitting in a chair with a Green Bay football and pennant in his lap

Yet Another Reason to be a Green Bay Packers Fan … (even if you live in the Northeast)

When Duane Larsen, a Ridgefield resident and RVNAhealth hospice patient, could not find his treasured Green Bay Packers cap, his nurse sounded the alarm to the RVNAhealth Wishes team.
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Felix, in his wheelchair, and his daughter, in front of the On the Mend van that contains his new recliner

What a Difference a Chair Makes!

Felix, 93, was due for a new chair, and when On the Mend heard that his chair often serves as his bed for comfort, they went the luxurious route.
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Pat Larson (center) celebrates being declared free of COVID-19 with her RVNAhealth ComfortWELL nurses Anne Felizardo, LPN, and Christine Palmer, RN, BSN.

Happily Ever Onward

Pat is one of the happier stories to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic. She was considered to be at high risk for severe illness from the virus, so our hospice services were recommended to care for her.
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Que Sera Sera: RVNAhealth Hosts Concert at Wilton Meadows

On Thursday, October 15, RVNAhealth hosted an outdoor concert for hospice patients and their families at Wilton Meadows. Featuring such musical treasures as Que Sera Sera, Let It Be, and Has Anybody Seen My Gal?, it was perfect entertainment on a glorious autumn afternoon.
Read More
A collage of Duane with the box that the Green Bay Packers sent him, a note signed by Aaron Rodgers, and Duane sitting in a chair with a Green Bay football and pennant in his lap

Yet Another Reason to be a Green Bay Packers Fan … (even if you live in the Northeast)

When Duane Larsen, a Ridgefield resident and RVNAhealth hospice patient, could not find his treasured Green Bay Packers cap, his nurse sounded the alarm to the RVNAhealth Wishes team.
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