When to Think about Hospice
It's never too early to learn about available care options for a loved-one with a life-limiting illness. Our compassionate staff is available to answer any questions you may have about what to expect from hospice services.
When to Think about Hospice (Self-Assessment Test)
We understand that every patient is unique, so treatment plans can be tailored to an individual's personal needs and situation. Let us know how we can best provide support and comfort in your home or ours.
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How is hospice care paid for?
Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurances cover the majority of hospice care services. Room and board, however, may be a charge left to the individual. Understand that we’re dedicated to your well-being and offer financial assistance to those who qualify. Be sure to know your insurance and assistance options for hospice care.
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ProMedica Hospice Volunteer:
A Profound Privilege
Chuck Owen is a warm and cheery man who immediately makes you feel at ease with his humor. Just the type of father or grandfather you'd be proud to have. A faithful volunteer with ProMedica Hospice since 2013, Chuck spends most of his time at ProMedica Ebeid Hospice Residence but also makes house calls when needed.
Born and raised in Fort Wayne, Ind, Chuck was an engineer by trade but also studied for the priesthood for two years. He and his wife, Madeline, put down deep roots in upstate New York where they raised three children.
With deep reflection, Chuck looks at his volunteering for hospice as repayment for the care his wife received while she was battling leukemia. She spent 243 days in Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton some 20 years ago. The facility was small and didn't offer hospice services so the hospital staff became the Owen's end-of-life care team. Chuck fondly recalls the relationships he and his wife built there, some of which he continues to maintain today.
Read more about Chuck's story