Are you or a loved one dealing with a serious illness? During this serious/life limiting illness has this person:
- Gone to the emergency room/hospital admissions several times within six months?
- Used pain medication to lessen physical pain on a regular basis?
- Fallen several times in the last six months?
- Needed help with bathing, dressing, eating or walking?
- Always feel weak and tired?
- Lost daily function or had physical decline?
- Had more than one serious disease or condition?
- No longer desires aggressive care or would only like “comfort measures”
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, call us today. For patient referrals, call us at 800.707.8921 or fill out the form below. You can also reach us 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at 855.852.5050.
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The Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Bereavement Center is a community based grief support program that provides services throughout northern Ohio. We offer support to anyone who has experienced a loss due to death, whether or not Hospice of the Western Reserve services were used.
For immediate assistance, call us at 800.707.8922
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Reporting Suspected Fraud or Abuse
It is the responsibility of all Hospice of the Western Reserve employees, volunteers, vendors and agents to fulfill all their legal, professional and ethical obligations and to adhere to all laws and regulations in providing hospice care and services to the community. Any Hospice of the Western Reserve employee, volunteer, vendor, agent, patient, family member or caregiver who believes that an act has taken place that would place Hospice of the Western Reserve at risk of fraud or abuse should report such an incident.
Such matters can be reported directly to the Chief Compliance Officer, by completing this online form, in writing, via voice mail, by email or to the Compliance Hotline voice mailbox 216.383.6688.
Information for contacting the Chief Compliance Officer follows:
Chief Compliance Officer
Hospice of the Western Reserve
17876 St. Clair Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44110
Referral Phone: 800.707.8921 | Referral Fax: 216.383.5298
Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Hospice Institute collaborates with various colleges and universities to help students at all levels of education fulfill academic requirements and gain experience with end-of life work. The clinical and professional experience is available to a variety of healthcare disciplines. Please submit the following information and a member of our team will get back to you. Thank you for your interest.
17876 St. Clair Ave.
Cleveland. OH 44110-2602