Bereavement Support for Families and Loved Ones

Coping with the loss of a loved one is a particularly difficult situation. Faith Presbyterian Hospice not only provides social, psychological and spiritual support for patients, but also for family…

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Bereavement Support for Patients

In addition to the physical discomforts of terminal illness, many hospice patients face severe emotional strain. Approaching the end of life is a heart-wrenching process, so patients require strong social,…

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Benefits of a Hospice Center

A core component of hospice care is the firm commitment to nurturing patients and their families. With this goal in mind, it’s important to understand the two types of patients…

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The Difference Between Nonprofit and For-Profit Hospice

Like many other fields, the American hospice care landscape is comprised of both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. While both categories of providers specialize in end-of-life care, the two differ in…

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Why Do Patients Leave Hospice Care?

According to Dr. Alexander Peralta, chief medical director at Faith Presbyterian Hospice and the T. Boone Pickens Hospice and Palliative Care Center, two of the most common reasons hospice patients…

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The Hospice Experience

A Holistic Approach to Care Hospice care is designed to ensure that a patient experiences a peaceful, dignified, pain-free journey in a setting of their choice during their final months…

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The Pickens Center Receives an Additional $2.8 Million

The Presbyterian Communities and Services Foundation has raised additional funding for the T. Boone Pickens Hospice and Palliative Care Center.  Four Dallas families have generously given gifts totaling $2.8 million. The Pickens…

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