Hospice and Palliative Care
When It's Time for a Trusted Partner
Devinity Hospice is the hospice of choice, employer of preference, training center of excellence and the community's trusted partner for comprehensive end of life care.
It is our vision that no one ends the journey of life alone, afraid or in Pain.
We believe in truly divine care and have a sacred calling to serve. We honor the opportunity to be a part of your family’s decision-making processes by respecting the wishes of the patients under our care as well as their families. Our patient focus plan of care which provides compassion, dignity, comfort and respect is tailored to unique needs and desires of your loved ones.
Devinity hospice team members include registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, certified nurse aides, physicians, social workers, chaplains, volunteers, physical, occupational and speech therapist
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer questions and provide support. Anyone can make a referral to hospice by calling (281) 570-4072. All calls are handled with sensitivity and are confidential.
At Devinity Hospice, we believe that everyone has the right to think about and determine the kind of care he or she would want at the end of life. We are dedicated to expanding the choices available to people with life-limiting illnesses and providing a specialized kind of expert care focused on enhancing comfort and overall quality of life, despite advancing illness.
Devinity Hospice provides individualized care through an Interdisciplinary team. This team consists of the Registered nurse, Physician, Social worker, Chaplain, certified nurse’s aid and Volunteer.
The skilled nurses provide hands-on experience, while assessing the needs and managing the pain and symptoms of the patients.
Hospice Physicians, in conjunction with the patient’s primary care physician , create a care plan that manages pain.
The social workers look after emotional needs, helping patients with feelings of fear and anxiety issues with family.
The chaplains, or spiritual counselor, provide emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families.
Volunteers may provide services either in the way of clerical support to the office, or through patient care activities.
Levels of Care
Four levels of care are provided. A patient can move from one level to another and back, depending on the services required to fulfill his or her needs. These four levels are: