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Hospice Care Services

Hospice is care and support for terminally ill people and their loved ones. The Hospice philosophy encourages the continuation of a meaningful life in the presence of a life-limiting illness. Hospice neither prolongs life nor hastens death; hospice staff assist in minimizing pain, offering comfort and helping patients maintain their dignity.

Crozer-Keystone’s Hospice staff offer physical, spiritual and emotional support for patients in both hospital and in-home settings. Hospice care can be provided in your home, in an assisted living or personal care home, in a nursing home or in our inpatient Hospice Residence located at Taylor Hospital.

Crozer-Keystone Hospice Residence

Hospice Testimonials

Read the heartfelt notes from our patients and their families about the care they receive from Crozer-Keystone Hospice caregivers. Read testimonials here.

Bereavement Support Group

The Crozer-Keystone Hospice Program's bereavement support group is open to all adults who have recently lost a loved one and are working through the grieving process.

The group meets every Monday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Taylor Hospital in Classroom C (located on the first floor of the hospital). Registration is not necessary. For more information, please call Jill A. Schott, M.S., LPC, at (610) 595-6751. Download and print our flyer.

Candidates for Hospice Care

A patient’s family member, friend, physician or other healthcare professional may request a hospice consult. Acceptance is based on qualifying criteria and a physician’s order. The Crozer-Keystone Hospice Care team will gladly work with anyone who is interested in hospice services to evaluate a patient’s needs and eligibility for Hospice care.

Guidelines and Policies

Intake specialists will make all of the necessary arrangements and perform a full evaluation of insurance coverage before a patient is admitted to the hospice unit.

No person shall, on the grounds of race, creed, color, sex, sexual preference, national origin, disability or source of payment, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefit of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in the provision of any care or service at Taylor Hospital.

10 Things You Should Know about Hospice Care

Many people perceive hospice as nothing more than a last resort for those who are terminally ill. The truth is, the hospice staff works with families and loved ones to provide an extensive support system to assist the person in need. Learn More.

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