Home & Hospice Care of RI
Service Area for Home & Hospice Care of RI
Overall Rating 3.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Laureen Butler ★★★★★ a month ago
February 2017 my step father was attended to at Hope Hospice & Palliative Care for pancreatic cancer. The entire staff provide him and the family excellent care and support. It was my first experience with hospice care and could not have asked for more kinder or attentive group of people which made going through this horrific experience a little bit easier. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. You are all extra extraordinary group of people. Parsons Family
Alice Harris ★★★★★ 8 months ago
I WISH WHEN PEOPLE POST A VIEW ANYWHERE ,THEY PUT THOUGHT INTO THEIR WORDS MY AUNT IS THERE. I AM SO THANKFUL TO SEE THE CARE FIRST HAND THAT SHE IS RECEIVING. SHE ENJOYS ICE WATER, THEY REPLENISH AS NEEDED. NO NEED FOR ME TO ASK. THEY TAKE CARE OF ALL PERSONAL CARE BATHING,ORAL CARE AS PERFORMED AND TAUGHT IN NURSING SCHOOL. THE STAFF WORKS VERY HARD. THEY ARE VERY DEDICATED TO THE PEOPLE. HOSPICE IS A TRUE BLESSING THE STAFF AND TRUE DEDICATION PEACE BE WITH ALL AS SERVICES ARE NEEDED AT A TRANSITIONAL TIME .
Anne Sciotto ★★★★★ a year ago
It's too long a story to start but my dad was going in to Miriam hospital for a surgery to amputate his toes on one foot due to diabetes and was supposed to a rehab for a couple of weeks to learn to walk without his toes. The first rehab center did not therapy and had him back and forth to Miriam due to infections so he never got the therapy needed. By this time he needed more surgery for circulation and he had no muscle strength. His surgeries all went well even though he had many problems with his heart and kidneys but by this time he couldn't even lift himself an inch. We were told all stories but never seen the doctors at the rehab centers. After the second surgery we needed to request Medicaid and he was placed at Golden Crest where they did nothing to give him any strength back either. It's far too much that went wrong, but to sum it up we called and spoke to everyone in charge and never heard from the doctor there. We were told that they didn't want to speak to my daughter or myself (we asked too many questions), and he slowly slipped into the need for Hospice. They waited too long and he ended up at the Thomas Slater Hospice center on North Main Street in Providence, Ri where he was sent one night and passed away the next morning. To sum it up these facilities don't care and don't allow you to have your own doctors call or examine the patient. My dad would have come home before the need for us to apply for Medicaid if we were listened to and told he was sicker than just needing to get his muscles stronger and if they did the work they were supposed to do. I also blame Hospice for not getting him the care he needed on their first visit to the nursing home. Something has to be done to have better advocates to help our loved ones have a better chance of survival. I blame the 2 nursing homes and Hospice and you would really understand if I explained the full story.
Kathy Lewis ★★★★★ a year ago
The nurses assigned to our mothers care have been such a wonderful group of women. They have been so informative, caring and kind through this difficult time. Many thanks and may God Bless you all.
B Murphy ★★★★★ 3 months ago
Wonderful care and such empathetic people.