Nextgen Hospice Care LLC was created in September 2017 to make a difference in your life and every life touched by advanced illnesses. Nextgen Hospice Care LLC is here to help change the way people think about hospice care by focusing on living and the quality time spent with loved ones.
As the leader in quality, compassion, and innovation, Nextgen Hospice Care LLC wants to empower you to live more fully and more completely. Recognized for our expertly trained and certified professionals, our comprehensive hospice services are available wherever you call home.
Allow us to walk by your side; our hospice staff will work with you to focus on days filled with life instead of illness, days creating new memories rather than simply reflecting on those in the past. Nextgen Hospice Care LLC will be there for your family, offering comfort, care, compassion, and understanding. Allow us the opportunity to serve you and your family during this most precious time of life.
Why Choose Us?
- Patient care is our top priority.
- Our skilled team includes certified leading physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, chaplains, social workers, and certified nursing aides.
- We don’t hire contract labor as many companies do.
- We have experience caring for hospice patients.
- We coordinate our patient care plans with doctors, hospitals, and facilities.
- We cater our plans to meet everyone’s unique health situation, which we discuss with you, your family, and your caregivers.
- We provide hospice care in a variety of locations, including your home or a facility.
- Our quality medical equipment comes at no additional cost.
- We are Joint Commission accredited and Medicare-certified.
When Is It Time for Hospice Care?
Generally, it is time for hospice when doctors are offering a prognosis of 6 months or less. It is better to begin hospice care early rather than late. Unfortunately, many people are referred too late to fully benefit from all the services offered.
Who Is Eligible for Hospice Care?
- Those with illnesses in which curative measures are no longer effective, appropriate, or desired.
- Families and caregivers of these loved ones.
- It is not necessary to be homebound to receive hospice care.
While the most common diagnosis in hospice is cancer, hospice can also help patients with a wide variety of diagnoses. People with any advanced illnesses or of any age may be eligible for hospice care. Some common diagnoses include:
- End-Stage Dementia
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- End-Stage Liver Disease
- End-Stage Renal Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
People who are coping with serious multi-symptom deterioration, frequent emergency room visits and/or hospitalizations, or discontinuing aggressive treatment may also be eligible for hospice care.