At Auburn Crest Hospice, we believe in the power of choice and the right that we all should choose to live every moment. Choosing hospice care is a positive step in affirming the value of life – even during life’s final months.
We at the Hospice understand that this is a difficult time for any individual, as well as their family and friends. That is why our caring staff and volunteers endeavor to provide an environment of love, caring, peace and dignity to each individual and the opportunity to live the remainder of their life with respect, understanding and joy.
Auburn Crest Hospice can help families personalize the end-of-life experience.
6371 Kootenai St. Unit 4 & 9
Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805
Phone: (208) 267-0579
Fax: (208) 267-0582
1221 W Ironwood Dr #102
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Phone: (208) 665-8111
Fax: (208) 665-8112
Throughout our site, you’ll find information about the many services Auburn Crest Hospice provides as well as the many ways Hospice can support you in coping with illness or dealing with grief. You can find details on everything from how Hospice works to who is eligible for Hospice, who pays for Hospice and how you can get help immediately.
We commit, we deliver. To patients, families, partners, communities, and each other.
We honestly accept personal responsibility for our choices, attitude, and results.
Caring for patients and families with the same love, dignity, and respect we give our own families.
Exceptional care. Every patient. Every family. Every day.
Empowering others with knowledge, skills, hope, and confidence.
Auburn Crest Hospice philosophy respects the rights of patient and family:
WE HONOR VETERANS
A veteran’s military service can add a distinct dimension to the level of physical, emotional and spiritual support he or she needs. Deep-rooted memories of combat may manifest in different ways and often are recounted as a veteran faces his own mortality. We are a proud partner of We Honor Veterans, a pioneering campaign of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs, to improve the care veterans receive from hospice and palliative care providers.