Home Health and Hospice
Reeves Regional Home Health and Hospice
Comforting care for patients and their loved ones.
Home health care is designed as medical intervention to assist a patient in regaining their highest level of health. Medications and procedures are designed to help the patient recover as quickly as possible.
Home health care is proactive health care – comparable to the care you receive in the hospital.
In contrast, hospice care is for patients who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Usually hospice care begins in the last year of an individual’s life. Hospice care is called palliative care. That is, hospice is designed to bring relief from pain so that the patient can face the final days of life with dignity.
Hospice care focuses on the quality of life by caring for the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the person facing a terminal illness—along with the needs of the family members.
At Reeves Regional Home Health and Hospice, a team of skilled nurses, healthcare providers, and social workers are available to provide compassionate care for patients.
Questions or Comments?
If you have any questions or comments about home health or hospice care services in Reeves County, please call 432-445-3330.