Harmony Hospice – Hospice – 6090 S Fort Apache, Spring Valley, Las Vegas, NV

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Harmony Hospice

I could write a whole novel about my dad here, but this is a review for Harmony Hospice. I ll keep it short and sweet.

After my dad had his… Read More

I could write a whole novel about my dad here, but this is a review for Harmony Hospice. I ll keep it short and sweet.

After my dad had his second chemotherapy, his condition of living has gotten worse, especially at the age of 79. When his doctor had mentioned he has 1-2 months to live, millions of things just ran through my mind, simultaneously. One question being, If the hospital can t keep him in, who s gonna take care of him. My mom is also too elderly to take care of him. She won t know much what to do! For sure, I thought he would die in the most miserable way, at that point.

After my mom had spoken to his doctor about a hospice at home, as an option, my face lit up with hope. But, I still had the worrying thought of Are they good? How involved can they be? My mom can t speak any English; how can they communicate?

I flew down to Vegas to see my parents and introduce myself to the hospice nurses. My first impression of all of them were very warm, friendly, and really made sure my dad is super comfortable. Deb. I love Deb. Since there was a language barrier between my mom and, well, with every English-speaking people around her. Deb insisted to continually text or call me, whenever she and I had questions about dad. Even though I live all the way in San Francisco, she and I kept posted, so I can translate to my mother. She was very much involved in this process. Candy is great, as well. They were all so very caring to my dad. But for Deb, I can t express enough how much she had helped us. So very informative. Without any hesitation, she (among other great nurses) would arrive my dad s house in the middle of nights to check if he s OK.

I had Deb described to me the process of death. Obviously, depending on each person, the experience varies. But it gave me some sort of an idea and almost an ease of mind what to expect, so I won t panic.

Thank you, Harmony Hospice.

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I could write a whole novel about my dad here, but this is a review for Harmony Hospice. I ll keep it short and sweet.

After my dad had his second chemotherapy, his condition of living has gotten worse, especially at the age of 79. When his doctor had mentioned he has 1-2 months to live, millions of things just ran through my mind, simultaneously. One question being, If the hospital can t keep him in, who s gonna take care of him. My mom is also too elderly to take care of him. She won t know much what to do! For sure, I thought he would die in the most miserable way, at that point.

After my mom had spoken to his doctor about a hospice at home, as an option, my face lit up with hope. But, I still had the worrying thought of Are they good? How involved can they be? My mom can t speak any English; how can they communicate?

I flew down to Vegas to see my parents and introduce myself to the hospice nurses. My first impression of all of them were very warm, friendly, and really made sure my dad is super comfortable. Deb. I love Deb. Since there was a language barrier between my mom and, well, with every English-speaking people around her. Deb insisted to continually text or call me, whenever she and I had questions about dad. Even though I live all the way in San Francisco, she and I kept posted, so I can translate to my mother. She was very much involved in this process. Candy is great, as well. They were all so very caring to my dad. But for Deb, I can t express enough how much she had helped us. So very informative. Without any hesitation, she (among other great nurses) would arrive my dad s house in the middle of nights to check if he s OK.

I had Deb described to me the process of death. Obviously, depending on each person, the experience varies. But it gave me some sort of an idea and almost an ease of mind what to expect, so I won t panic.

Thank you, Harmony Hospice.

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Hospice Care
Palliative Care
End of Life Care
Comfort Measures
Pain and Symtom Management Specialists

History

Established in 2005.

Our Mission is to focus on providing services to meet end-of-life care needs for residents of our community. We strive to be a leader and an example to our community by providing state-of-the-art hospice care. We build open and honest relationships with communications. We embrace and drive change and pursue growth and learning. We are compassionate and determined in the treatment and care of those facing the end-of-life and also with family members during bereavement.
We are committed to deliver WOW Through Service with a positive team and family Spirit approach that includes expert pain and symptom management, along with emotional and spiritual support tailored to the patient s wishes. Our team of professionals are committed and dedicated to providing our patients, their families and friends with the highest quality of compassionate hospice services available.

Meet the Manager: Mary H.

Mary has been working in hospice for 20 years. She has found her passion in helping those who come in need of hospice services. She is focused on providing care that she would provide for her own family members.

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