Our Services

Hospice Services

Oyuna Hospice provides services for individuals with life-limiting illnesses. Our services are specifically designed to cater to adults and pediatric patients with a broad range of life limiting illnesses, including cancer, kidney disease, lung disease, liver disease, heart disease, stroke, ALS, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s and AIDS. Once medical treatment can no long cure one’s ailments, our team of hospice professionals act quickly to reduce anxiety, control pain and offer needed spiritual and emotional support to both patients and their families.

  • Nursing Care
  • Social Services
  • Physician Services
  • Spiritual Support & Counseling
  • Home Health Aides and Homemaker Services
  • Volunteer Services

We do our best to coordinate our care services with each patient’s personal physician’s treatment protocols, which is provided during regularly scheduled visits by our hospice team members to best manage each individual patient’s care. Our services are typically structured around the needs and wishes of each patient’s and his or her family. As a patient progresses through the steps associated with their illness, our care management services will evolve accordingly. The stages of care consist of the last phases of an illness, the passing process, and the bereavement period.


My wife, who has been a patient with Oyuna Hospice for almost six month passed away just yesterday morning. I want to take this opportunity to thank you ...
John P.

Levels of Care

Routine Home Care is the level of care provided most often for the hospice patient. This level of care monitors patient status from visit to visit, keeping the care plan updated to meet the needs of the patient and family.

Respite Care can be defined as a temporary rest period. Respite is a level of care that is offered and provided when the caregiver needs temporary relief from the care of the patient. Hospice contracts with specific facilities to provide the respite level of care. The patient is moved to a contracted facility for a brief period of respite, no greater than 5 days. The plan of care generally is not changed, only the setting for care changes, allowing the daily caregiver a reprieve from the responsibilities of care for a short period of time.

The continuous care level of care is initiated when the patient experiences symptoms that need on-going monitoring to control and manage. A nurse or aide will care for the patient at the bedside for a minimum of 8 hours per 24 hour period and can be as much as 24 hours per day. This level of care is short term and is provided for the period of time it takes to get the symptoms under control.

The inpatient level of care is provided as needed in a contracted facility for patients that require a higher level of skilled care to manage uncontrolled symptoms. This level of care is also short term. Patients that require support in managing care and symptoms can be moved to a facility that is contracted with us for inpatient care.

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