How We Serve You

While providing physical comfort to the patient is important, providing
individualized support for the emotional and spiritual needs of each patient
and their family is equally important. We will treat you with dignity and
respect your wishes.

Our goal is to keep you comfortable and support you and your family to live
each day to its fullest. Our team of professionals will offer as much spiritual
and emotional care as you and your family desire.

We are here for you whenever, however, and as long as you need us.
Our team evaluates the patient's condition and will make a plan of care in conjuction with your primary care physician. RNs, licensed nurses, hospice aides, and volunteers make visits regularly.

Social workers and chaplain services are also available to your loved one while grief support, bereavement care, and spiritual counseling
are available to you as a caregiver
or family member.
Important Questions
Although taking care of the physical body is our primary concern, Miller
Hospice knows this is only part of the journey. Our pastoral care resources
and social services team are here to help you through the grief and
bereavement processes as well.

You are not going through this alone.
Let our caring, qualified staff help make this transition for your family one
of dignity and peace.