Samaritan’s advanced cardiac care program, the only one in New Jersey and in collaboration with the American Heart Association and National Partnership for Healthcare & Hospice Innovation, is an extra layer of support to help you and those who care about you live your best life during end-stage congestive heart failure (CHF).
Our cardiac hospice specialists will work with your cardiologist and your other physicians to provide you the personalized attention you need when other treatments are not always working — or if your treatment decisions have become more complex — and extra support would be helpful to you and those who care about you.
Our mission is to ensure that you and your family are well supported and informed so symptoms of your end-stage CHF can be managed under our specialized South NJ hospice care while you stay safely at home.
When you choose Samaritan’s advanced cardiac hospice care program for your end-stage CHF, you and your family will benefit. This program will:
Created by the American Heart Association and the National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation
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Cardiovascular complications contribute to roughly 40% of all COVID-19-related deaths. Do not postpone seeking care for your heart failure. Samaritan follows all protocols to keep everyone safe and healthy.
If you are wondering if you, or someone you care about, is eligible for advanced cardiac hospice care, now is the time to call Samaritan. We encourage you to speak directly with our expert nurses about your eligibility and how hospice care can support you through your CHF journey. Call Samaritan 24/7 at (800) 229-8183 for more information.
The hospice eligibility requirements for someone living with congestive heart failure include:
Samaritan offers two inpatient hospice facilities in South NJ for you or your loved one receiving hospice care and experiencing severe pain or symptoms from congestive heart failure.
Hospice care is provided mostly in your home, assisted living, or nursing home. However, sometimes needs change and your hospice nurse may recommend a transfer to The Samaritan Center at Voorhees or The Samaritan Center at Mount Holly.
Samaritan’s two inpatient hospice facilities provide short-term stays for hospice patients experiencing severe pain, shortness of breath, nausea, and agitation, among other symptoms. Your hospice nurse will work with you to decide if an inpatient hospice facility is the right choice.
If you live in Southern New Jersey, let Samaritan’s expert nurses help you decide if hospice care is right for you or your loved one living with congestive heart failure. Call us 24/7 at (800) 229-8183 to learn more.