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Meeting the needs of the patient and family is a top priority at Sonoran Winds Hospice 

Medical Director

Certifies the attending physician's prognosis; leads the hospice team in developing a plan of care; provides consultation to the attending physician.

Patient's Attending Physician
Remains the patient's primary care physician and works as a member of the hospice team.

Registered Nurses

Evaluate the patient's condition during regularly scheduled visits. Coordinates the plan of care and teaches the family proper patient care techniques and use of medications.

Social Workers

Licensed medical social workers provide emotional support for the patient and family, meanwhile counseling in dealing with end-of-life issues, helping with advanced directives.

Certified Home Health Aides

Personal care services designed to give peace of mind and comfort.


Provides non-medical friendly visits for respite to patient and family in the areas of emotional support and encouragement.


Initiates contact with patient and family to determine needs and provides spiritual support. Works as liason with clergy of individual's choice.

Hospiceis a special healthcare option for patients and families who are faced with a terminal illness. Hospice provides palliative (comfort) care when curative treatment is no longer the patient's choice. Care takes place in the patient's home or a home like setting such as a nursing home or board and care. Hospice views the patient, disease process and the family from a holistic perspective addressing the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of each patient and family. Hospice provides non-judgemental respect for patient choices. Hospice care is for patient and family as a unit. Hospice provides holistic care-spiritual, emotional, and physical. The Medicare hospice benefit, Medicaid and private insurance cover hospice services associated with the terminal illness.

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