Our website is designed to offer you resources for guidance and education, to help patients, families and loved ones learn more about options available in the wake of a life-limiting illness. Call Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard when you or someone you know needs help. 508-693-0189.
“I can’t say enough and find it difficult to accurately describe what Hospice meant to Mom and me. It seemed surreal that strangers would give of themselves so unselfishly and with such compassion. But they did. God bless them all.”
Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard accepts referrals from the patient, family members, friends, doctors, discharge planners, hospitals and other provider agencies, primary caregivers, home health aids, social workers, clergy and spiritual counselors.
Call (508) 693-0189 for more information or to arrange for a consultation with HMV within 24 hours of your call. Our team coordinates with each patient, family, and physician to determine the most appropriate plan of care.
Dealing with Illness
- “What is a life-limiting illness?”
- “What are signs a life-limiting illness is progressing?”
- “Is it time to consider Hospice?”
- “What is hospice?” — An introduction
- “What is Palliative Care?”
- “How can Hospice help with grieving?”
- “Tell me more about grief and bereavement support.”
- “Where is Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard?”
- Notice of Privacy Practices
Getting Help from Hospice
- “What’s the first step with Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard?”
- “Is there a waiting period? When do I qualify for services from Hospice?”
- “When should I call Hospice?”
- “Who can call Hospice?”
- “Who answers calls at Hospice?
- “How does Hospice pay for services?”
- “What services are available through Hospice?
- “What licenses and accreditation’s does Hospice have?”