Our coordinated support team helps patients and their families cope with end of life by focusing on quality of life.

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Hospice Services

Billet Health is here to help you and your loved ones discover the sense of peace and fulfillment that each day can hold. We provide support and care for persons in the last phases of a life-limiting illness, so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.

Through appropriate care and promotion of a caring community, patients and family are more able to attain a degree of mental preparation that is satisfying to them. We recognize the unique physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs of each person receiving home hospice care. We strive to extend the highest level of courtesy and service to patients, their families, caregivers, and visitors.

Our hospice services are offered at varying levels, both in-home and at a long term facility, we value you and your loved ones as much as you do and we provide help in every way we can, globe, glendale, peoria, goodyear, scottsdale az, los angeles, las vegas, albuquerque

Who Is Eligible for Our Services?

Hospice services are available to patients and their families who have an advanced illness with a limited life-expectancy. Hospice provides you with palliative care, which is treatment to help relieve disease-related symptoms, such as pain. You and your family decide together when hospice care should begin. Financial coverage is available through the Hospice Medicare Benefit and many private insurance companies. No person shall be denied services based on age, race, national origin, disease, handicap, religion, gender, color, or sexual orientation.

Services Provided

Billet Hospice offers a team of medical professionals to assist in providing comprehensive patient care. We provide needed medical equipment, medications, and medical supplies related to the life-limiting illness. In addition, we offer grief counseling, bereavement services, and a variety of therapy programs.

The Billet Hospice Team Includes:

  • Medical Director
  • Physicians
  • Hospice Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Chaplain
  • Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists
  • Trained Volunteers

Levels of Service

Routine Care

Most patients will receive this level of care, most of the time while on service. Hospice staff will provide regular, scheduled visits to a patient’s place of residence to adequately manage symptoms and meet the needs of the patient and family. Room and board are not covered by hospice at this level of care.


Provided in the patient’s home or place of residence during crisis, and most often initiated when death is imminent and the primary caregiver is unable to cope. Home hospice staff will provide 24-hour care at this level.


Intended to provide short-term relief for the family or primary caregiver by transitioning the patient to a long-term care facility for a period of up to five days. Room and board are covered when care is provided by a Medicare and Billet Hospice approved facility.