St. Mary Plaza
Hospice recognizes death as a normal process, which should neither be hastened nor postponed. It provides the care and support necessary for terminally ill individuals and their families to live as fully and comfortably as possible. Staffed by an interdisciplinary team, Regional West Hospice recognizes the varied needs of individuals and families.
- Individuals must be diagnosed with a terminal illness with a limited life expectancy
- Must be referred by individual's physician
- Awareness by the individual and family of diagnosis and prognosis
- Management of pain and disease related symptoms
- Instruction and support for family members to enable them to care for the patient at home
- Social work and counseling services
- Spiritual support and pastoral care
- Nutritional counseling
- Provision of care to nursing facility residents
- Home health aide and personal care assistance
- Medical supplies and equipment related to terminal illness
- Prescription medications related to the terminal illness
- Bereavement follow-up for one year
- Volunteer services including respite care, homemaking assistance and emotional support
- Massage therapy
- Grief support group
To improve life for all people facing advanced illness, dying, death, and grief.
To provide exceptional, patient directed, compassionate, responsive, cost-effective care that alleviates suffering and improves the quality of life for people and their families in the Nebraska panhandle and eastern Wyoming.
To promote the emotional, spiritual, and physical well being of survivors after loss.
To lead, educate, and influence the communities we serve in the care of all people facing advanced illness, dying, death, and grief.
Hospice Grief Support Group