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You matter 

at Valley Hospice

Everyone has unique needs and a special story. At Valley Hospice, we help fill a patient’s final months, weeks or days with what matters most to them. Every patient’s comfort and personal needs matter to us. Our holistic approach combined with our clinical expertise provides support not only to patients but loved ones and caregivers as well. We’ve been privileged to serve families in northern New Jersey for more than four decades.

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Collaborative Approach

Whether it’s speaking a different language, easing pain or building a book of memories, our partnership creates an environment of comfort for the patient and confidence for the caregiver. Your doctor is involved every step of the way.

Wide Ranging Clinical Support

Each hospice team member is uniquely qualified to provide specialty level end-of-life care for all types of illnesses. Many hospice clinicians maintain board certification in hospice and palliative care. Our team relieves the physical symptoms of pain and suffering while maintaining focus on the individual’s emotional and spiritual needs.

Care at Home, Care Wherever You Are

“Home” to us is however you define it — a family residence, an assisted living facility or skilled nursing home. Our experienced and caring hospice team provides compassionate and comprehensive care, as well as the practical tools and education necessary to care for your loved one at home.

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What is hospice?

You matter because you are you, and you matter to the end of your life. We will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die.” 

- Dame Cicely Saunders (1918-2005)
Founder of the Modern Hospice Movement
Nurse, Doctor, Social Worker and Writer

Serving all of northern New Jersey

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