Beacon of Hope Hospice

Beacon of Hope Hospice provides services to patients in their homes, nursing homes, or assisted living facilities. In addition to providing services to our patients, we also provide a period of respite for the family, if needed. All services related to a terminal illness are covered fully by Medicare & Medicaid, and most insurances.

A full list of our services includes: Skilled Nursing, Nurse Practitioner, Specialty Palliative Care Physician Management, Home Health Aides, Social Work Services, Spiritual Care, Nutritional Counseling, Bereavement Counselor Services, Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapies, Volunteer Support Services, In Home Hospice Care, Respite Care, Inpatient Care, Continuous Home Care, and "Crisis Care" with our 24 Hour Staff Availability. We provide these services in the following territories:

 West Territories:

Lake Havasu City, AZ * • Parker, AZ • Bullhead City, AZ *

Kingman, AZ • Las Vegas, NV • Henderson, NV • Laughlin, NV

and all surrounding communities

1(888) 854-5024

Midwest Territories:

Davenport, IA • Muscatine, IA • Quad Cities • Galesburg, IL

Kewanee, IL • Oak Grove, MO* • Lee's Summit, MO

and all surrounding communities

1(888) 932-2732

Our Services
Hospice And The 'End Game'
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 by Admin
After her husband’s death from cancer, a veteran reporter concludes that hospice “should be front and center in the debate over the kind of health care future that we want.” read more...
Caring for Aging Parents ―Hospice Can Help
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 by Admin
Many of us share wonderful holidays with those we love.  For some of us, as we sit at the table or chat on the sofa, the realization strikes that our parents are noticeably more frail than this time last year.  The declining health and inevitable aging of those we love can burden our hearts and cause anxiety for the future read more...
Never Too Late
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 by Admin
It is never too late to develop a passion. Last week, a friend discovered that I have always wanted to play the violin, and urged me to take lessons.  I laughed, and responded, “I’m too old to try to learn that now.”  I was wrong. read more...
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