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Vinney Hospice of Menorah Park advocates for what each person wants, and helps the family members truly understand what is occurring with their loved one and supports their needs as well. Our care focuses on managing pain and other symptoms so that the individual may live as comfortable as possible and make the most of the time that remains. By tending to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our patients and their families, we offer comfort and support when it matters most.
Our hospice team members work together to provide the most appropriate care and support including:
Under hospice, the patient’s own physician can continue to direct care, under the guidance of the hospice staff who make frequent visits. The hospice medical director is also available to provide ongoing consultation to the hospice team and serve as the primary care physician.
A hospice nurse is assigned to each patient and family to oversee the total care of the patient.
This specially trained nurse will:
Our hospice social workers assist patients and families with a wide variety of non-medical concerns, such as offering counseling and guidance, making an initial assessment visit and subsequent visits as required for support and case management, as well offering bereavement counseling and support.
A dedicated and specially trained hospice rabbi and Christian chaplain serve our patients and families with spiritual support and guidance. They provide ongoing counseling and visitation and can coordinate with other clergy in the community.
Music and art therapists and Reiki practitioners provide supportive care to improve symptom management by helping to create a relaxing and nurturing environment.
"As a hospice chaplain and director of spiritual living, I often meet individuals and families who are in the midst of a serious illness, confounded by many emotions and important decisions to be made, and sense that they may be coming to the end of being able to change the direction of things. I gently remind them that it seems they have less control on things, that this is truly a sacred point in life, and much can still be gained, learned and achieved at this important point in our lifespan.
But like all of life, it takes planning and preparation to process, shape and experience to fully make the most of it. Today’s medical advances and technologies offer a plethora of choices to possibly fix things, but very often they reach a point where they not only cannot fix things, but can make things much more complex and too difficult to bear.
Accepting there comes a time when no more can be done can be heartbreaking, but it is a time in which we can take hold of the situation to make it more of our own. With hospice in place, our team focuses on ways to reduce pain, control symptoms and simply leave time for just living, not just surviving.
Hospice care focuses on this type of healing. It is a choice for someone who does not desire additional curative treatment when there is a terminal diagnosis. The decision to use hospice care is an important yet difficult one to make and should involve the patient, family and care team.
The Vinney Hospice and Palliative Care of Menorah Park team wants to be there not just as medical professionals but also as people – to guide, support, and experience together this most sacred time of life. We are here to help."
Rabbi Akiva Feinstein
Chaplain, Vinney Hospice and Palliative Care
Call 216.910.2650. A nurse is on call and just a visit or a phone call away 24/7 for urgent needs such as uncontrolled pain, nausea, vomiting, difficulty breathing, a significant change in the patient’s condition or questions about medication.
For non-urgent needs such as questions about insurance, benefits or other administrative matters, call the Vinney Hospice and Palliative Care of Menorah Park office at 216.910.2650 during regular business hours.
You can also email us at Vinney@menorahpark.org.
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