We help patients make the most of their time remaining.
The Hospice Team consists of a Physician, Nurse, Hospice Aide, Social Worker, Spiritual Counselor, Volunteer and Bereavement Manager. In addition, we also have therapists and after-hours triage staff.
A team manages a patient's pain and discomfort as well as offers support for the family around the emotional, social, and spiritual aspects of death and dying.
Necessary equipment such as wheelchairs, oxygen and hospital beds are covered by the hospice benefit and most private insurance and are delivered to your home.
The Medicare Hospice Benefit covers services related to the terminal diagnosis up to 100% by Medicare Part A. We provide the same high quality of care to everyone.
Medications and supplies related to your terminal diagnosis are covered by the hospice benefit and delivered to your home. The patient and/or standard insurance may pay for unrelated medications.
Respite Care allows a family caregiver to get a break of up to five consecutive days and nights from caregiving duties while the patient is cared for in a Medicare-certified inpatient facility.
Acute symptom management related to the primary diagnosis in inpatient hospice homes is covered. Once under control, hospice will make plans for the patient to return home.
Founder, Executive Director
Lisa started her nursing career in oncology and recognized the need for quality care. She has worked in various hospice roles, including not-for-profit, for over 30 years.
Hospice Medical Director
Dr. Finley has extensive experience in hospice, having served as a Medical Director for over 12 years. She strives to help every patient maintain their dignity and grace.
We have developed a Quality Assessment Performance Improvement (QAPI) program to track areas of concern as it relates to providing quality care. (Source: Fiscal Year 2022)
Considering Hospice or Palliative Care?
Learn more about the similarities and differences between Hospice and Palliative Care and which option might be more appropriate for your situation.
Patient must be certified as terminally ill with a prognosis of less than 6 months.
Routine Visits to Home by Hospice Staff
Medical Equipment Related to Illness Covered
Medications Related to Illness Covered
On Call 24/7/365 Coverage for Triage
Palliative Care is supportive care provided within the context of a serious illness.
Consults by Palliative Experts Available
Equipment & Meds Subject to Copay, Deductible
Not Required To Decline Curative Treatment
Prognosis May Be Greater Than 6 Months
From day one, the entire team showed nothing but love, compassion, dignity and respect for my mother and my family. The kindness and compassion shown to us in her last days went beyond anything I could have hoped.
Azorna Hospice and Palliative Care
5416 E Baseline Rd Ste 114
Mesa, AZ 85206-4702
Tel (480) 637-4100
Azorna Hospice and Palliative Care does not discriminate in access to its services based on race, color, nation origin, sex, age, or disability. Language assistance is available free of charge. Copyright © 2023 Azorna Healthcare LLC. All rights reserved.