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Samaritan is here for you when you, or those you care about, need life-enhancing care options.
Below you will find hospice resources and other healthcare-related information to help you with caregiving, conversations about your healthcare choices, advance care planning decisions, grief support after the loss of a family member or friend, and transitional support for family and friends. Samaritan also provides free educational offerings for the community.
Please call us at (800) 229-8183 if you have any questions.
Resources For Hospice Caregivers
Being a caregiver is a difficult and tiring task. Explore these resources, created especially for you — from relaxation and meditation videos to tips on how to give a bed bath to information about common hospice medications.
End-of-Life Conversation Starters
The opportunity to talk about your healthcare wishes with your family is a gift. This collection of recommended conversation starters can help you learn how to make end-of-life decisions and discuss them with your loved ones.
Five Wishes Living Will Document
Five Wishes, America’s most popular legal living will, is changing the way people talk about, and plan for, care at the end of life. Get your free copy today.
Being Your Own Healthcare Advocate
Communication is crucial to good health care. You trust the healthcare professionals who have been at the helm of your care. But, are you getting the most out of your visits? Learn tips and get a free hospice resource sheet.
The Samaritan Center for Grief Support has been providing counseling and support groups to the South Jersey community since 1999. Click below for more information including free support groups and additional resources.
In addition to our hospice resources, Samaritan offers life-enhancing care options for any stage of illness.
Samaritan’s Transitions program offers weekly phone calls to check-in with you and your loved ones to assess any changes in your medical condition.
Palliative Medical Partners is a medical practice employing physicians, advance practice nurses, and registered nurse liaisons to meet with you and your family in an office setting or at bedside in the hospital. Read more about palliative care and how it can help enhance quality of life.
Primary Care at Home
HomeVisit Physicians offers primary care services for home-bound seniors living in South Jersey.
The Friendly Caller program connects volunteers with community members to have meaningful conversations. The program is complementary at no charge to participants. To request a Friendly phone call contact Sally Cezo at scezo@SamaritanNJ.org or (856) 552-3235
Read these real stories, quotes, and reviews about how hospice and palliative care helped these patients and their families. Here are just a few found on Samaritan’s blog.
Samaritan offers a variety of informative programs for your community, church, professional group, or workplace.