Who may receive hospice care?
An individual may qualify for Hospice Care if he/she Is certified by a Physician and is diagnosed with a terminal illness or end-stage disease with limited life expectancy.
Methods of Payment Accepted:
- MEDICARE PART A
- HMO MEDICARE Part A
- Private Insurances
- Other Methods of Payment can also be arranged. We do this through the verification of insurance coverage and process all claims.
To Arrange Hospice Care:
You may contact CARDINAL HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE directly or by contacting your attending Physician.
CARDINAL HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE is a hospice care provider based in Ontario, California. We are accredited by CHAP to continuously care for and cater to the needs of the elderly, injured, and individuals with chronic disorders.
We are driven by the values of high-quality service that is administered to individuals in the comfort of their homes. We provide our healthcare services without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or any other status or conditions protected by the Federal and State Institutes as part of our non-discriminatory policy.
CARDINAL HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE is proud to say that we have the most competent staff members the home health industry can offer. These passionate individuals went through rigorous training and interview processes.
CARDINAL HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE is committed to providing an enhanced quality of life and comfort to patients and their loved ones in their home environment. This dedication is directed toward providing physical care, emotional, social, and spiritual support with compassion and professionalism driven by ethical, moral, and human concerns for the dignity of patients and their families.
To be the leading hospice care provider in California and all our service areas. We hope to achieve this by providing unparalleled services to all our clients.