Hospise means End of Life care,
not a Life without Dignity
We accept Medicare
and Medical (HMO)
Established in 2012, Pleasantville Hospice has a solid reputation and is a respected agency in the world of hospice care. With a shared vision, our founders started the company with the intent of providing ethical and superior services, and that is exactly what we do.
At Pleasantville Hospice we instill the philosophy of the hummingbird in our hospice care where we ensure that our patients are in the most pleasant and tranquil state of mind.
Pleasantville Hospice is a leader in the field of hospice care, providing assistance and medical services in the home. We provide personalized care for each patient and treat each client as an individual with each care adjusted to the families’ needs and care.
What is Comfort Care at Pleasantville Hospice?
At Pleasantville Hospice in Burbank, we pride ourselves on providing care for the whole person by attending to the patient’s spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical needs. Though each patient might have different needs in the aforementioned areas, above all, we aim to relieve any and all suffering as part of our end of life care. Broadly speaking, we provide this care through either palliative or hospice care.
Often times, health professionals administer palliative care with the intention to relieve suffering rather than in an attempt to cure any underlying illness. As the end of life approaches, our team of health professionals work hard to ensure that our patient’s enjoy life by focusing on treatments which are most likely to reduce pain and suffering. Though the prognosis may appear grim, the patient’s outlook on life does not have to match the illness.
Though there are similarities between palliative and hospice care, there are important differences between the two types of treatment offered at Pleasantville Hospice. Generally, patients arrive in hospice care with a terminal illness in which a physician has determined there are unlikely any effective treatments. Our team of professionals recognize the importance of providing care for both you and your family. Our hospice care team wants to ensure that this period of time is the most comfortable for you and your loved ones.
- Certified nursing aides
- Compassionate hospice care
- Continuous care
- Medical director and designee
- Palliative care
- Physical therapy
- Social workers
- Respite care
- Skilled nurses
What Our Clients Say?
Finding a quality and caring hospice is no easy task. After two prior hospice care services did not meet expectations, Pleasantville was recommended to us.
The care provided was far superior. Our Case Manager, Natalie surely went to great lengths to manage all phases of my mother’s needs. She always kept our family informed and incorporated our wishes in providing for Mom’s medical care. The Pleasantville staff were very kind and caring, patient and professional. I was very moved by the compassion shown by their staff for my mother and our entire family in this difficult time. I am truly grateful they took care of my mother and our family and would definitely recommend them in the care of your loved one and family.