Patient-focused care is the cornerstone of hospice care.
INTEGRIS hospice and palliative care involves a team-oriented approach to medical care, expert pain management, and emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored to the patient’s needs and wishes. Whether your loved one needs in-home care or you prefer to be in a hospice facility, INTEGRIS Hospice Services can meet your hospice and palliative care needs. We also offer much needed support to the family of our patients through respite care, as well as bereavement and grief recovery support groups.
Insist on INTEGRIS
- Board certified hospice and palliative care physicians
- Nurses nationally certified as hospice and palliative care nurses
- INTEGRIS Hospice House is the first licensed 12-bed facility, designed to meet the needs of terminal patients
- Patient and family satisfaction rate is 90 percent or above
- 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all gifts are tax-deductible
- Staff is trained to care for the special needs of pediatric hospice patients and their families
The INTEGRIS hospice program provides services to patients without regard to race, color, national origin, age, gender, disability, religion or source of payment for care.
INTEGRIS Hospice House
Learn more about the INTEGRIS Hospice House by viewing our television commercial.
After the original hospice agency in Oklahoma closed its doors for lack of funding, James W. Hampton, M.D. stressed the importance of re-establishing a local hospice at an Oklahoma County Medical Society Board meeting on February 6, 1990. Dr. Hampton recommended that plans go forth to carry out that mission and a few short months later, members of the OCMS combined efforts to re-establish a community-wide, non-profit hospice.
You probably have many questions regarding hospice care and the support services that are offered. Whether your questions are about grief recovery, support groups or just basic questions about hospice, we have the answers for you.
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The INTEGRIS Hospice program develops and individual plan of care. Each patient and/or family has the option of requesting or refusing the services they wish to receive. Nursing staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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