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The Crosswalk Directory of Palliative Support Agencies
Roots & Roads invited hospice and palliative care providers in Southeastern Arizona to submit information about their organization and its offerings in order to ensure that we have the most accurate information available. To view contact information and to learn more about each organization, please click their profile link below.
To learn more about the importance of the information collected, scroll down to view our glossary. Note: Currently, most community-based palliative care is offered by hospice agencies.
|Organization||Year Established||General Service Areas||Accreditations||Staff Servicing Program||Hospice Program|
|Casa de la Luz||1998||Pima, Pinal||Nurse Practitioner||Yes|
|Haven Hospice of Tucson||2018||Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Cochise||ACHC||Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse||Yes|
|TMC Hospice||1991||Pima, Cochise||JCAHO||Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Social Worker and Chaplain||Yes|
|Valley Care Hospice||2021||Pima||ACHC||Registered Nurse, Social Worker and Chaplain||Yes|
|Valor Hospice Care||2004||Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Cochise||CHAP||Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse and Social Worker||Yes|
of information collected
Geographic Service Area
The area in which hospice providers can provide Routine Home Care (RHC) hospice services for patients. Generally, within 50 surface miles or 1 hour from the parent office premises.
Agencies are not required to be accredited, but accreditation can be an indicator of a commitment to quality care. When an agency is accredited, it undergoes surveys/reviews to ensure that it meets quality measures and standards.
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