Charter Healthcare Group

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Caring for those with a life-limiting illness by providing the best hospice care services in the world

Physical, emotional, and spiritual support

What is Hospice Care?

Hospice is a special way of caring for people who have a life limiting illness. Charter Hospice is committed to delivering the latest and most innovative approaches in pain and symptom management. Our focus is on improving a patient’s quality of life by creating a more comfortable environment for them and their loved ones. The hospice services allow us to provide the physical, emotional, and spiritual support that you and your family need during this time. Our interdisciplinary team works directly with your physician and our hospice medical director to ensure you receive the best hospice care possible.

Our Mission Statement

“To provide the most meaningful and comfortable experience to our patients and their families during the end of life journey.”

What we offer

Charter Hospice allows you to have a personalized plan of care that is carefully designed to meet your health needs. We provide an array of services to help make the transition easier for you and your loved ones.

Nursing Services
Social Services
Home Health Aide
Spiritual Support
Medical Supplies
Medical Equipment
Bereavement Services
24 Hr. Health Line
Your Hospice Team

Each hospice team consists of health care workers from all disciplines: nurses, social workers, home health aides, spiritual counselors, and volunteers, all under the direction of a medical director. By tying all of these disciplines together, we can deliver nothing short of the most high-quality, all-encompassing hospice care available.

Hospice Eligibility

Hospice care is a special benefit fully covered under Medicare, Medi-Cal, and many private health insurances. Eligibility for hospice depends on your physician’s order for hospice services and the following:

  • Your doctor and the hospice medical director certify that you have a terminal condition and meet specific medical criteria for hospice care.
  • You opt for comfort care under hospice rather than pursuing aggressive procedures.
  • You receive care from a Medicare approved hospice program.

4 Levels of Care

Routine Home Health

Delivered primarily where the patient resides and provided by a team of hospice professionals. Care may involve skilled nursing care, certified home health aides, emotional and spiritual care, social services and/or volunteer services.

Respite Care

Provided in order to relieve the individuals caring for the patient from caregiving duties. Respite care is available for up to five days at a time in a skilled nursing facility. Hospice will cover the cost of the facility while under respite care.

General Inpatient Care

Provided to patients with an acute onset of symptoms that cannot be managed on a routine level of care. Patients on general inpatient will be transferred to a contracted skilled nursing facility in order to have twenty-four hour nursing supervision.

Continuous Care

Provided where the patient resides and is designed to maintain an individual at home during a medical crisis.


At Charter, we stand by our patients and their loved ones wherever possible. An especially important way to do that is through bereavement support and services. When grief and loss occur, life can get a lot harder and we want to make sure we’re helping you navigate it all.

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