Services We Offer

  • Hospice Physician
  • Respite Care
  • Nursing Service
  • Certified Nurses Aides
  • Medical Social Work Services
  • Pharmacy Services
  • Trained Volunteer Services
  • Spiritual/Bereavement
  • Therapy Services
  • DME Services



We believe that every day of life has meaning. That’s why your comfort, safety and quality of life guide every step of our care. A life-limiting illness should not define who you are. With the help of our attentive and professional hospice team, you will find peace and meaningful moments together.

The types of hospice care are:

  • Routine home care
  • Continuous Home care
  • GIP care
  • Respite care (relief) for family caregivers

Respite Care

Sometimes care for the caregiver is needed. Caring for a loved one with a terminal illness can be difficult on many levels – physically and emotionally. There may be times when a caregiver needs to step away for a short period of time to recharge. Chicago Hope And Palliative Healthcare offers short-term respite care in one of our three inpatient facilities when space is available.


Routine Home Care

Routine home care includes scheduled, routine visits in the home by a multidisciplinary care team, including hospice physician, registered nurse, hospice aide, social worker, chaplain, volunteer and bereavement specialist.



Palliative Care provides relief from the pain, symptoms and the stress of a serious illness.
Patients may continue curative treatments and move in and out of palliative services
as needed.

Support includes:

  • Managing complex pain and other symptoms
  • Reducing the side effects of medications or treatments
  • Planning your healthcare goals and priorities


Continuous Care

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations state: “Continuous home care may only be provided during a period of crisis as necessary to maintain an individual at home. A period of crisis is a period in which a patient requires continuous care that is predominantly nursing care to achieve palliation or management of acute medical symptoms.”

This type of care may be provided in the patient’s home or a long-term-care facility. It is not applicable for patients in an in-patient hospice unit, a hospital, or skilled nursing facility.



GIP is an inpatient care plan for a hospice patient who has short-term symptom management needs that cannot be provided adequately in any other setting.





    9944 S. Roberts Rd, Suite 102

    Chicago, IL 60465

    Phone: (708) 598-2509


    Our admissions coordinators are responsible for a seamless referral process.

    • The first step is confirming we provide care where the patient calls home.
    • Call the location phone number 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
    • Our admissions coordinator will contact all responsible parties to schedule family consultations and/or patient assessments.