Focusing on moments that matter.
Caring for a terminally ill loved one can be a difficult time. There's uncertainty, grief — and fear of what's to come.
Through unique hospice living environments, we strive to make end-of-life care easier. For patients, three innovative San Diego homes offer a welcoming living environment. For their loved ones, a dedicated 24-hour nursing staff takes charge of caregiving — sharing expertise, compassion and guidance.
Unparalleled care in a peaceful place.
Each of our hospice residences has its own unique characteristics. La Mesa's LakeView Home edges tranquil waters. Rose blooms surround Del Cerro's ParkView Home. And BonitaView Home features a landscaped garden and a patio surrounded by trees. Inside, each home has private and semiprivate bedrooms — and expansive living spaces for sharing precious time with loved ones.
Making these unique places a possibility.
We accept patients based on their health needs, not on their ability to pay. While reimbursement is generally offered by Medicare, Medi-Cal, private insurance or charity care — the program thrives on generous donations to our Foundations. For more information on participating in the program, or to arrange a tour of our homes, please call 619-667-1900.
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"I believe that I serve my patients most effectively by actively listening to their concerns about their health."
"I strive to provide quality health care, and work with my patients to achieve positive results."
"I empower each patient to achieve optimal health in order to live a long, healthy and happy life."
"I try to create a comfortable environment to make each patient feel that they will be listened to."
"I want to help patients by listening and working together toward optimal health."
"I've dedicated my life to meeting both the psychological and physical needs of my patients."
"I am dedicated to keeping my patients as healthy as possible and to providing cost-effective care."