CalvaryCare®

Home Hospice and Palliative Care
Queens, NY

Queens, NY Home Hospice and Palliative Care – CalvaryCare®

Calvary Hospital is proud to bring our industry leading home hospice care to the residents of Queens, NY.

Calvary Hospital was founded on the guiding principles of compassion, respect for the dignity of every patient, and non-abandonment of everyone in our care including patients and their loved ones.

Calvary’s at home Hospice and Palliative Care services were designed to meet and address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients and their loved ones.

What is CalvaryCare®

Home Hospice Care Queens NY

Since 1899, Calvary Hospital has been devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients with advanced cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

Calvary offers a comprehensive approach to home hospice care and we are proud to bring our industry leading end-of-life home care to the New York City residents residing in the burrough of Queens.

Our homecare hospice program brings together a dedicated team of registered nurses (RN), doctors, Social Workers, Pastoral Care staff members, Home Health aides, volunteers, and bereavement counselors. Calvary’s Homecare offers the very best Home Hospice care available in the New York Metropolitan area.

Home Hospice in Queens, NY – Calvary@Home

Our home hospice care provides families and loved ones an opportunity to enjoy time together at home and in familiar environments.

Calvary’s Hospice services are designed for patients who want to spend their last days at home.

We were truly blessed the day Calvary Staff became involved in my mom’s care at the nursing home where she was a resident. The most supportive health care team I have ever met.
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We were truly blessed the day Calvary Staff became involved in my mom’s care at the nursing home where she was a resident. The most supportive health care team I have ever met.
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We are proud to help approximately 90 percent of our Hospice patients stay in their homes through the end of life.

Calvary@Home partners with patients’ families to promote the quality of life, address pain management and other symptoms, while helping to prepare both the patient and their loved ones for what to expect in the final days of life. Published data verifies that Calvary’s Home Care and Hospice program continues to exceed national and regional measures for the relief of symptoms.

Calvary Hospital has developed our care since our founding in 1899 today, Calvary brings residents of Queens and Manhattan a wide range of care options to meet the needs of patients and families. From our inpatient facilities in the Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens to our in home programs Calvary has worked to create a care offering and end of life care program to accommodate patients and families where they are.

Levels of Care:

We care for patients in the familiar, comfortable surroundings of their home, whether it’s a private residence, nursing facility or assisted living facility. Unlike other Queens, NY home hospice providers Calvary Hospital has inpatient options for our patients and families if they are needed. At our Queens Campus local residents can receive short-term pain and symptom management care in an inpatient setting.

Calvary Hospital has developed a continuum of care that meets the needs of patients facing the final stages of life and does so with the same passion and vigor found at any curative Hospital.

If you or a loved one is facing the end stages of a life limiting illness we hope you will contact us and learn more about CalvaryCare®

Queens, NY Home Hospice Care

Our Community Outreach staff is ready to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding Calvary’s homecare and home hospice services and to assist in the referral process.

How To Make A Referral

  • Anyone can make a referral to Calvary Hospital Hospice by calling either of the two phone numbers listed above.
  • After a referral is made to Calvary Hospital Hospice, the nurse contacts the patient and/or family to schedule a time to meet.
  • The ultimate decision regarding the acceptance of hospice care is made by the patient and family/caregiver.

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