Cedar Valley Hospice at a Glance
||Cedar Valley Hospice is a non-profit organization that provides
physical, emotional, spiritual, and social support to terminally
ill patients and their families. Cedar Valley Hospice is the
leader in end-of-life care, providing compassionate and comprehensive
care for the terminally ill and the grieving. The Cedar Valley
Hospice teams are composed of doctors, nurses, social workers,
home health aides, grief counselors, chaplains, and volunteers
to keep pain under control and give support to family members.
||Cedar Valley Hospice is a home care program that helps patients
stay at home as long as possible, surrounded by loved ones,
with pain under control. Emphasis is placed on living each
day to the fullest, finding meaning in life and maintaining
personal dignity and family integrity. At Cedar Valley Hospice,
we add life to days. The patient and family remain the decision
makers during the final phases of an incurable disease. Hospice
also offers bereavement services to family members for thirteen
months following the death of their loved one.
||Serving the counties of Butler, Bremer, Buchanan,
Black Hawk, Grundy, parts of Fayette and Tama, Cedar Valley
Hospice offers a wide range of services to Northeast Iowa.
With four central offices in Waterloo, Waverly, Grundy Center,
and Independence, services are readily accessible. Hospice
care is available wherever the patient calls home: including
place of residence, nursing homes, hospitals, assisted
living facilities or the Cedar Valley Hospice Home. Cedar
Valley Hospice care is available to everyone, regardless of
their ability to pay.
||Cedar Valley Hospice offers help and support on a 24 hours
a day, seven days a week basis.
||Cedar Valley Hospice helps terminally ill patients live
out their final days at home - even when they cannot. Terminally
ill patients can spend their time with their families and
loved ones, while the caring hospice staff eases pain and
discomfort in the coziness of their own home. Cedar Valley
Hospice recognizes that death is a normal part of life. Death
need not be hastened nor postponed, but the patient should
be free from pain and allowed to live out his or her life
with dignity and quality. Referrals to Cedar Valley Hospice
may be made by family members, friends, clergy, physicians,
or other healthcare professionals.
For more information, contact the Cedar Valley Hospice office
nearest you at:
P.O. Box 2880
Waterloo, IA 50704
310 East G Avenue
Grundy Center, IA 50638
801 First St. East
Independence, IA 50644
207 20th St. NW
Waverly, IA 50677
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