Hospice is not a place, it's a type of care. Care that gives support - physically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially - to a person with a life-limiting illness and his/her family. The goal is comfort, not cure. A key part of that comfort care is a visit by a registered nurse. Pictured above is our [...]
Thank you for the nominations! For the second year in a row, we are a proud finalist in the Best of Denton County contest. It is an honor to be recognized for the excellent, compassionate care we give to our patients and families. If you have experienced our care firsthand, will you please take a [...]
When a loved one dies, whether sudden or from a long term illness, there are a myriad of emotions experienced. Waves of overwhelming sadness may overcome you at the oddest of times, periods of peace knowing your loved one is no longer in pain may give you comfort, and even times of anger that they [...]
The primary role of a hospice chaplain is to minister to the spiritual needs of the patient, who may want to look back and review his or her life, may question its meaning, and may be facing feelings of fear or anger or powerlessness. And after a patient’s death, the chaplain continues to play [...]
Thank you for taking the time to nominate Ardent Hospice. The three hospices with the most nominations will appear on the actual ballot. Check back on July 26 for the big reveal.