Highway Christian Hospice

​Highway Christian Hospice  | 67 E Weldon Ave. Suite 317 | Phoenix, AZ 85012 | Phone: 602-274-1952 | © 2017  

Philosophy

Facing death can sometimes be frightening, overwhelming and lonely.  Through holistic ministry to the body, soul and mind, our team of Christian professionals and volunteers build a sense of security, guidance and companionship on this challenging journey. Common bonds of faith are sustaining to us all.
 

 

Mission

The mission of Highway Christian Hospice is to combine superior medical care with Christian spiritual support in the home while achieving physical comfort, inspiring peace of mind, and building positive relationships in order to ease the transition which terminally ill patients and their families face.
 

What's the Difference?

All hospice agencies are not the same. The difference comes down to the quality of care you receive.  Everyone must do their own research, ask the right questions and make their own healthcare choice.  All hospices, regardless of whether the IRS categorizes them as profit or non-profit, must provide the same core services.  Highway Christian Hospice is small for a reason.We are able to give our patients superior care and attention.

Honor and Respect

We honor and respect all faiths, beliefs and values.  Our team listens with an open heart and mind, without judgement of any kind.  Our compassionate comfort care is given while upholding individual wishes, cultures and backgrounds.

Our Mission, Ethics and Philosophy

Ethics

The primary emphasis of Highway Christian Hospice shall be the well-being of each patient we serve.  We pledge to work in cooperation with other healthcare professionals and the patient's family to promote quality care. Each patient has the right to the best care available regardless of race, creed, religion or ability to pay. 


 

How does someone begin hospice services?

You or your primary care physician may be the first to bring up the subject.  However, anyone can inquire about hospice care for themselves or a loved one.  A no-cost, hospice evaluation can be scheduled to unsure the patient physically qualifies for hospice services.  Then, by law, the decision to elect hospice services belongs to the patient.