Hospice and Palliative Care in San Diego
Hospice care when it counts.
At Sharp HospiceCare, we believe that hospice is more than end-of-life support. It's about comfort, compassion and giving every patient the best possible quality of life. We're skilled at pain management and symptom control, but we're also human beings with loved ones of our own — and we're at your side when you need us the most.
Support beyond the bedside.
When it comes to Sharp HospiceCare, it's our people that make the difference. Home-health aides deliver an unparalleled level of care, and a hospice care team of physicians, nurses, social workers and volunteers are available 24 hours a day. But beyond catering to physical needs, we offer hospice and palliative care services that help ease this difficult time. Reflexology. Music therapy. Spiritual guidance. And to help families cope, bereavement counselors are dedicated to supporting emotional needs and our Memory Bear Program can help to bring comfort after a loss.
An environment that matters.
We care for the patient where they feel most comfortable — at home, their nursing home, the hospital. But for those seeking solace elsewhere, we offer unique, home-like residences, devoted solely to patients and their families. A warm environment, paired with skill and compassionate care — it's how we bring peace to our patients. Because these are the moments that count the most.
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"My goal is to provide excellent care to my patients in a caring, compassionate manner."
"My ability to be a good listener allows me to be a more compassionate physician."
"I empower each patient to achieve optimal health in order to live a long, healthy and happy life."
"I care about my patients. They will be seen whenever is needed, regardless of the time of the day."
"The Sharp Experience means providing the best quality care through positive partnerships, open communication and collaboration. "
"I provide service excellence, teaming with patients and family members and continuing to improve care overall."