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Circle of Angels Hospice, Inc.

If you or your loved ones are looking for holistic hospice care in the Georgia, Metro Atlanta area, then we are proud to offer our comprehensive services.

With the dedication and commitment of our skilled and trained staff, we aim to help our clients be as comfortable as possible.

Home IV Therapy

Our skilled nurses shall assist in managing your health condition.

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Pain Management

We endeavor to minimize the pain you feel as much as we can.

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Pet Therapy

We have pets to help ease anxiety and make you feel comfortable.

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High Flow Oxygen Therapy

This service allows your loved ones to breathe better and easier.

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Peritoneal Dialysis

We provide a more convenient form of dialysis in your home.

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Happy Hour Therapy

We understand how crucial it is to engage in some fun activities.

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Services We Offer

We offer a variety of services tailored to meet every need of each individual who comes into our care.

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Who Pays for Hospice?

Circle of Angels Hospice bills directly to Medicare, Medicaid, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield. These benefits usually cover 100% of all aspects of hospice care, including medications, supplies and equipment related to the terminal illness. Hospice encourages referrals early on, so that the patient and family may receive maximum benefit from the comprehensive services that we provide.

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What is Hospice?

Hospice is a way of providing care for a person who is terminally ill. Hospice is not a place to stay, like a hospital or nursing home. Hospice is a philosophy of care based on a whole person concept of living and dying.

Hospice is a program that focuses on quality of life. It is most helpful during the final six months of life expectancy. Hospice cares for the person, not the disease. Hospice reaffirms life and focuses on dignity, comfort, and quality of the remaining months, weeks and days. Hospice does not hurry death nor does Hospice prevent death. Hospice is not euthanasia.

Hospice is a way to deal realistically with a fatal disease. Hospice is not a resignation to hopelessness and helplessness.

Hospice is a family-oriented program that helps families and/or friends care for their loved one in the home. Hospice is not a substitute for the family or the family’s care.

Hospice is covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and many other insurance providers. No patient is ever denied care if he or she is unable to pay. Hospice continues after the patient’s death by providing support to the caregiver.