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About

The Auburn Crest Promise

Auburn Crest Hospice philosophy respects the rights of patient and family:

  • The right to enjoy the highest quality of life possible.
  • The right to die with dignity, as dignity is perceived and defined by the patient.
  • The right to actively participate in managing the remaining life span, through the end-of-life.
  • The right to remain a viable family member in the environment of choice.
  • The right to have his/her needs considered on a personal, individual basis.

Auburn Crest Hospice strives to achieve excellence in its set objectives:

  • Excellent physical care and relief of pain and other symptoms during illness without great mental or physical incapacitation.
  • Ongoing emotional support of patients and family caregivers throughout illness.
  • Support of the patient’s participation as an active family member by executing his/her end-of-life plan.
  • Assistance to the patient and the family in working through the grieving process and other issues involved in serious illness, changes in lifestyle and loss.
  • Assistance with the family’s healthy resolution of bereavement issues up to a year or more after the death of the patient as needed.
  • Participation in an ongoing community effort toward hospice education programs that can be made available to the families, friends and neighbors of our community.

Auburn Crest Hospice is an Equal Opportunity Employer and non-discriminatory care provider. Auburn Crest Hospice will:

  • administer all employment policies and practices without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation
  • provide patient care services to all eligible persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation