Hospice Care for Those You Love

Hospice Patient Care

Making the most of life is important to each of us – whether we are 25 or 95. With advanced illness, Hospice staff members and volunteers know how to help patients enjoy quality days while managing pain and symptoms.

There is neither a particular diagnosis nor a specific life expectancy required to obtain Hospice services or live at Ball Hospice House. We recognize that each person’s situation is unique and we believe flexibility is important in providing compassionate care.

Hospice of the EUP works closely with EUP Home Health and Hospice – a division of the Chippewa County Health Department. Together, our Hospice team provides:

  • Medical and nursing care
  • Symptom and pain control
  • Home health care services
  • Volunteer respite
  • Spiritual guidance
  • Emotional and bereavement support

Click on the links to learn more about how hospice addresses your Clinical Care needs and Paying for Hospice Services.