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Our Vision For Care

What’s behind the logo? The color purple symbolizes peace, wisdom, devotion, pride, and luxury. It’s easy to see why it represents who we are and what we stand for as a hospice agency. We pride ourselves in being devoted to our patients and their loved ones. We are catalysts for peace in the community by providing life-changing services when it matters most. Hospice is a luxury for those that receive it, and a gift for those of us that get to serve. The dragonfly symbolizes change, transformation, and self-realization. The change is often referred to as understanding the deeper meaning of life.

Our Mission

At Resolutions Hospice, we strive to provide excellent care. Our goal is to help you maintain the highest quality of life in the comfort of your own home. We understand the importance of family and we do our best to treat your family like our own. We are here to support, listen, and respond to your care with compassion and understanding.

Our Values

Celebration

We love to celebrate successes and make work fun.

Accountability

We hold ourselves to the highest standards of care and professionalism.

Passion for learning

Ongoing training and innovation are a part of our DNA.

Love One Another

We strive to treat each other as people whose interest matter as much as our own.

Intelligent Risk Taking

We trust your judgment. Be innovative. Be entrepreneurial.

Customer Second

In order for our clients to receive the care they deserve, we put our empoloyees first.

Ownership

We reward and support our employees who treat this company as if they owned it.

A Time Of Transitions

Our Hospice Philosophy

Resolutions Hospice embraces patients with any kind of life-limiting illness, regardless of age, gender, race, sexual orientation or ability to pay. We provide services and programs that can help individuals live complete and rich lives in spite of loss and grief. Hospice care is directed by the patients and family along with the patient’s physician and our medical director. Nurses, social workers, hospice aids, spiritual advisors and trained volunteers work as an expert team to provide compassionate care. The team focuses on providing comfort and pain relief when a cure is not possible. The goal is to help each person live as fully as possible and to help the family and loved ones participate in their loved one’s care.