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Our Mission at ProCare Hospice of Nevada

ProCare Mission 
ProCare Hospice is a family-owned and operated hospice. We celebrate families of all kinds and we know the value of family in life and in healthcare.

What are our values? 
Compassion — Each patient, family and loved one deserves compassion, especially during the most vulnerable stage of life. This extends to our staff as well — compassion to each other and to those we care for.

Dignity — Each patient, family and loved one deserves dignity. We are all human and deserve…

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Celebration of Life Ceremony

Please join the ProCare Hospice of Nevada family as we honor, recognize, and remember those we love and are now gone from our sight, but kept alive in our hearts. If you would like to bring a picture (5x7or smaller) or a memory object of the person you're celebrating, it will be laid on The Table of Remembrance, for the candle lighting. We look forward to Celebrating your loved ones. JUNE 4, 20221:00-3:00 P.M.8025 AMIGO ST.LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89123 Bereavement is the experience of losing someone important to us. It is characterized by grief, which is the process and the...
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Grief During the Holidays: Some Tips

The winter holidays are generally perceived as “the most wonderful time of the year.” But for those who are facing grief after the death of a loved one, the holidays may instead be a time filled with pain and sadness. Even for those for whom grief is not as fresh, the holidays may serve as an annual reminder of the loss—not only of that person, but of tradition and celebration. Bereavement professionals working in hospice and palliative care understand how difficult this season can be. They support families coping with loss all year long. Bereavement counselors stress the importance of...
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It’s Never too Late to Thank a Veteran, Even at the End of Life

Americans across the country celebrate Veterans Day on November 11, a special day to salute the men and women who have bravely served our country in the military. These fellow Americans have made profound sacrifices in defense of freedom and they deserve our heartfelt thanks and appreciation. Honoring our nation’s Veterans includes supporting them throughout their entire lives, especially at the end.  As our nation marks Veterans Day, ProCare Hospice deepens our commitment to increase Veterans’ access to the compassionate, high-quality care available from the nation’s hospice and palliative care providers. We take pride in our providing the extra care...
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What is the difference between hospice and palliative care?

nurse visiting a senior patient at home, measuring her blood pressure Hospice and Palliative Care: Making a Difference A hospice nurse was recently asked, “How can you work in hospice – it must be so sad!” She answered, “I love providing highly-skilled, compassionate care because I know I make a huge difference in the quality of a person’s life. I love that I can use my training as a nurse to bring comfort and dignity to my patients, and seeing the relief on their faces and on the faces of those who care for them. I love that I can...
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Myths about Hospice and Palliative Care

Hospice isn’t a place. And hospice care is not just about those who are dying. Hospice is a comprehensive kind of care that focuses on living—it’s about living as fully as possible, surrounded by family and friends, up until the end of life. Palliative care brings this special philosophy of care to people earlier in the course of a serious illness. MythRealityHospice is where you go when there is nothing more a doctor can do.Hospice is a philosophy of care providing medical, emotional, and spiritual care focusing on comfort and quality of life.Good care at the end of life is...
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Today is National Grief Awareness Day

This National Grief Awareness Day on August 30 is dedicated to raising awareness of the myriad ways in which individuals cope with loss. It offers resources to those going through personal losses and reminds us to support people we know who are grieving. Here are some tips from our Bereavement Coordinator, Anita McGee, that we hope are helpful. Grief Support Tips 1. Grief is an experience, not an emotion. It is expressed through our emotions, but grief is our minds’ way of expressing the internal stress of loss. The experience of grief can be triggered by many different things: music,...
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Community Vigil

We at ProCare Hospice of Nevada and CareOusel Pediatrics believe that we are stronger together working as community partners than we ever could be as individual entities We are also clear that there are many community partners that are already committed to serving the Las Vegas Valley. It is ProCare's desire to join the vision and hard work that is already happening in the Valley for the well-being of our families and the collective vision of creating a safe and healthy community. ProCare Hospice invites you to join us for a Community Vigil for the Families and Victims of Violence...
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Dr. Clevis Parker Appointed to NHPCO Board of Directors

ProCare Hospice of Nevada delivers hospice and palliative care to adult and pediatric populations within the Las Vegas and Pahrump community. Las Vegas, Nevada – ProCare Hospice of Nevada is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Clevis Parker to the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) Board of Directors for a three year term. Appointment to the Board of Directors demonstrates a high level of commitment to quality end-of-life care in the community.Dr. Clevis T. Parker, Sr. currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer/Chief Medical Officer for ProCare Hospice of Nevada. As amember of NHPCO, ProCare Hospice provides specialized...
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Navigating Grief During The Holidays

With the holiday season approaching, most people get into a festive mood. However, families that have lost someone recently may experience a sense of excessive loss, emptiness, and grief. The festivities around you heighten this feeling. Here are some tips that can help you navigate grief around the holiday season. 1. Do Not Try To Contain Your Grief It is essential to understand that grieving is a very normal process. If you are feeling sad, don't be ashamed to express that emotion, even if certain people around you make you feel uncomfortable about it. You can keep those people at...
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How To Enhance The Quality Of Life For Your Loved One In Hospice Care

Terminally ill patients need care, compassion, and comfort. Relatives and caretakers must work to improve their quality of life during their final days. A hospice provides all the support a patient needs during the final days of their life. However, there are ways to improve their quality of life even more. Here are some ways in which you can help: 1. Give Them Control People in hospice care often struggle because they have lost control over their life and schedule. This can lead to a feeling of helplessness, which takes a toll on a patient’s mental health. Caregivers should give...
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We Honor Veterans

Military Veterans have put their lives on the line to protect our country and the freedoms we enjoy. ProCare Hospice is proud to provide hospice care for these Veterans who have sacrificed so much for us.

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National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

ProCare Hospice of Nevada is a proud member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. Our mission is similar to theirs, in that we intend Our mission is similar to theirs, in that we intend to lead and mobilize social change for improved care at the end of life.

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CHAP accredits home and community-based health care organizations that make high-quality care a strategic business priority.

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Careousel is a division of ProCare Hospice of Nevada and brings comfort and care to enhance the quality of life for patients from prenatal (before birth) to age 21. The program supports the specialized needs and medical care of the child, their parents and siblings, other family members, caregivers, classmates and teachers.

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