About Arizona Care Hospice
Your Care. Our Passion.
In addition to professional experience, many of Arizona Care Hospice’s staff have also been family members and care givers of those faced with a life-limiting illness; they have had first-hand experience of the challenges that can be associated with discussing end-of-life care options with loved ones, and that often accompany making the decision to choose hospice over curative medical treatments as a care option.
Arizona Care Hospice opened in Fountain Hills in August 2015, expanding into the Payson area in 2016 and then into the Prescott area in 2019.
Arizona Care Hospice opened in Fountain Hills in August 2015, expanding into the Payson area in 2016 and then into the Prescott area in 2019. With a combined 40+ years of experience in healthcare across our staff however, Arizona Care Hospice is uniquely qualified to provide the unparalleled care for patients and families.
For those that are eligible for hospice services; hospice provides a team of hospice experienced staff to meet the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of the patient and their loved ones. Additionally, hospice will provide the medications, medical equipment, disposable and medical supplies related to the life-limiting illness, comfort and related conditions.
Why We Care
We invited Arizona Care Hospice staff to share their thoughts around hospice and hospice care. They shared their experiences working in hospice, common misconceptions around hospice care, and most importantly, why they choose to care every day.
Regional Director for Social & Spiritual Services
Founder of Arizona Care Hospice
Our Compliance Commitment
Arizona Care Hospice is committed to providing quality compassionate services that comply with all applicable federal and state laws. Arizona Care Hospice maintains a compliance program as evidence of our commitment to operating with the highest degree of integrity. The Compliance Program includes the Employee Code of Conduct, annual training requirements, employee orientation materials, policies and procedures, auditing, monitoring and reporting mechanisms to detect and prevent fraud, waste and abuse.
Whether you are an employee, contract worker, vendor, or volunteer of Arizona Care Hospice, you are required to:
- Perform all business activities and duties with honesty and integrity according to Arizona Care Hospice’s Code of Conduct.
- Follow all laws and regulations that apply to your business activities and duties, including requirements of government social service or health care programs. These requirements generally include, but are not limited to, maintaining complete and accurate records and submitting only complete and accurate claims for medically necessary services or equipment actually provided.
- Contact the Executive Director, if you have knowledge of or a concern about a potential false claim or other violation.
- Arizona Care Hospice’s policies strictly prohibit retaliation, in any form, against an individual reporting an issue or concern in good faith. Retaliation is subject to discipline, including termination of employment or termination of a business relationship with Arizona Care Hospice.
Do you have questions around the many benefits of hospice care?
We’re here for you 24/7 and we’d love to talk. Contact the office closest to you.