Bethel Hospice of Houston care is “palliative” care not “curative” care. It is available as a benefit under Medicare Hospital Insurance . Medicare beneficiaries who choose hospice care receive non-curative medical and support services for their terminal illness.
Who qualifies for care depends on the primary diagnosis and how that diagnosis effects your family members quality of life. Bethel Hospice can assist in the qualification process if your have a member of your family in need of hospice care.
It can be difficult to decide on hospice services for yourself or a loved one. Understanding what Bethel Hospice does and whom it serves can help eliminate confusion. We provide care at home or in a retirement center, assisted living facility or hospital.
While those families and friends surrounding us mean well and want to help, they often do not understand that the answers to these questions are not only difficult, but hard to clarify.
Bethel Hospice is committed to excellence as we care for you or your loved one. We provide a complete range of services, complementary therapies and special programs to create a plan of care that is unique to you and your family. From wonderful nurses to kind chaplains to social workers who understand your needs, our team members believe they are called to this work. We are glad you wish to learn more about Bethel Hospice and hope that the knowledge you gain will bring you comfort.
Bethel Hospice is locally owned and operated and is licensed and certified by the State and Federal Medicare / Medicaid program. Bethel Hospice is accredited by Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP).
Bethel Hospice provides services to patients / clients and families in the following counties: Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, Walker and Waller.