Home is where life happens, where you feel safe and comfortable. When you need help at home, Samaritan’s compassionate healthcare experts provide many life-enhancing options: primary care, supportive palliative medical care, hospice care, grief support, and two home-like, South NJ inpatient hospice facilities. Samaritan helps you live your best life every day.
Hospice Care Where You Live in South Jersey
Serving Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Atlantic, and Mercer counties, plus our two in-patient facilities.
Our South Jersey hospice, palliative, and primary care teams will help you understand what to expect at each stage of your illness, explain your range of care options, support you through the tough decisions and anxieties, and build a care plan based on your needs, your wishes, and your cultural preferences.
Because we specialize in relieving pain, managing troubling symptoms, and easing the sometimes overwhelming caregiving burdens that can weigh you down, Samaritan experts will help you and those who care about you live your best life every day.
Read on to learn more about the hospice, palliative medicine, primary care at home, and grief support help we can provide.
Or speak now with a South Jersey hospice or palliative care expert at (800) 229-8183.
Samaritan’s Palliative Medical Partners expands its services include nurses, social workers, and care coordinators. Palliative care is essential, quality of life care, providing an extra layer of support for people living with any serious illness, at any stage.Learn more
Hospice is a comforting choice for patients of any age with any terminal illness such as cancer, congestive heart failure or other heart and lung diseases, kidney disease, ALS, MS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s/Dementia, AIDS, and others. It’s been called the “something more” that can be done for you and your family when the illness can’t be cured – and it’s fully covered by Medicare Part A, Medicaid, the VA, and most commercial insurers.Explore
Palliative care offers an added layer of support at any stage of serious illness. Our specialists will work with your primary or specialist care teams during or after curative treatments. This life-enhancing care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurers with applicable co-pays.Explore
Primary care is a physician house-call practice offering care for anyone who is homebound and living with one chronic condition. The convenient, coordinated, preventative care provided by our team will help you remain as healthy as possible for as long as possible, and significantly decreases the likelihood that you will need to go to the emergency room or be admitted to the hospital. This program accepts Medicare and most major insurances.Explore
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