Pleasantville Hospice provides in-home care and services to individuals throughout Southern California.
Pleasantville Hospice offers professional care solutions, personalized for your needs. Our full package of medical services includes advanced care planning, physical therapy, palliative care, compassionate hospice care and more.
We aim to relieve discomfort and improve the quality of life for our patients by providing hospice care from a staff of dedicated healthcare professionals. Our team offers physical and emotional support for patients and their families going through the toughest moments of their lives. We focus on caring, not curing.
Pleasantville Hospice Services
Hospices have a set standard of care that they need/ should offer to the patient and family.
Services such as:
- Compassionate hospice care
- Palliative care
- Medical director and designee
- Skilled nurses
- Certified nursing aides
- Physical therapy
- Social workers
- Respite care
- Continuous care
- Medications pertaining to patients diagnosis covered by the company
- DME company to provide all equipment for a patient to be at home/facility
Where We Offer Services
Pleasantville Hospice is headquartered in Burbank, California. We bring hospice care to you to ensure you’re comfortable during your time of need. Our in-home services are offered in cities throughout Southern California, from Los Angeles to Bakersfield to San Bernardino and everywhere in between. Our team is available for home visits 24 hours a day, 7 days week.
- Los Angeles County
- Orange County
- San Bernardino County
- Kern County
- Ventura County
What Makes Our Services Different
24/7 compassionate hospice care
Pleasantville Hospice is fully aware of how precious every second of life is. We provide continuous hospice care in a compassionate and caring manner. While other hospices limit their services when patients need them most, we offer 24-hour bedside nurses to comfort them during their last moments. We understand some families may not be able to keep the patient comfortable during their time of grief. We believe having a nurse there helps families cope better throughout the process.
Most hospices don’t provide physical therapy, but we do. Pleasantville Hospice gives patients the opportunity to be active and have a quality life with dignity. We know working with a physical therapist can reduce pain, improve overall strength, decrease the risk of injuries and boost patient’s mental health.
Small, comforting staff
Pleasantville Hospice is a small company with dedicated staff. It promises that each of our patients continues to receive the focused care they deserve by a team they trust.