Oakwood Preferred Hospice

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Receive compassion when you need it most. The medical, emotional, and spiritual care provided by Oakwood Preferred Hospice is a crucial means of comfort and support for residents and families at the end of life.

Oakwood residents can receive hospice services in their home, while non-residents can receive inpatient services at Hebron Oaks on our University Woods campus.

Explore all the benefits and features of hospice at Oakwood.

Expert Care from Nurse Practitioners

Nurse practitioners are integrated into our hospice team and provide inpatient care to residents. You’ll receive attentive care, medication and symptom management, acute care management, and discussions around goals of care.

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Individualized Skilled Nursing

Each of our experienced hospice nurses works with a small number of residents, which means that residents and families receive more time and attention.

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Social and Spiritual Care

Our dedicated social work team offers consistent support to residents and families based on their individual needs. Our hospice chaplain is part of the Oakwood Village Pastoral team, with a reputation for strong relationships with residents.

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Direct Pharmacy Access

The Oakwood Pharmacy creates the fastest possible access to medications. Because the pharmacy is on-site, nurse practitioners and pharmacists can collaborate directly to best meet your needs.

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Bereavement and Grief Support

Our caring team offers grief support in both individual and group settings. You can find more information on grief support
services by calling 608-230-4233.

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Best-Practice Communication

We add hospice documentation directly into our charting system, creating seamless continuity of care across all staff.

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Because our hospice team is part of the Oakwood community, they foster close relationships with both residents and staff. Many of our hospice volunteers are current residents dedicated to caring for their community.

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Anyone with a terminal illness and a life expectancy of less than six months


Medicare; hospice benefits provided by some private insurance companies

Volunteer with Hospice

From companionship to administrative support, volunteers make it possible for our hospice team to give the best care to the Oakwood community.

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