Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1725 Washington Rd. Ste 509 Pittsburgh, PA 15241

Phone:(412) 241-8240 Fax:(412) 241-8328

Currently Serving Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington, Westmorland, and expanding into Armstrong, Green and Fayette Counties

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About Us

Since our inception, Compassionate Care Hospice has been helping terminally ill patients and their families to live fully and comfortably with hope and dignity during life’s most challenging time. Our goal is to provide holistic, compassionate care to patients and their families by considering their medical, physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Our Hospice and Palliative Medicine board certified physicians and staff, work together as a team and are dedicated to providing comfort, preserving dignity and enhancing the quality of life of those we serve. We recognize that living with life-limiting illnesses presents a unique set of challenges, and we have developed disease-specific, home management programs which are tailored to the individual’s care needs.

Our Medicare-certified hospice program offers services throughout Pittsburgh. To find out if Compassionate Care Hospice is right for you, please call us at (412) 241-8240.

Our Services

• Hospice care tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals
• Nationally recognized disease-specific, specialty care programs (i.e. Pulmonary Connections)
• Nursing care, as necessary, to maintain the patient at home
• 24 hours per day, 7 days per week on-call nursing
• Physician services
• Medical social services
• Pastoral care
• Personal care provided by Certified Home Health Aides
• Bereavement and grief counseling
• Home medical equipment and supplies related to the terminal illness
• Medications for symptom management and pain control related to the terminal illness
• Trained volunteer services for additional support, companionship and assistance
• Pet Therapy
• Veteran Support

Hello, my name is Chica!

I am a therapy dog for Compassionate Care Hospice. I am 11 years old. I know the goal of a hospice is to provide emotional support, comfort, and care for patients during the final stage of life. I feel my presence as a therapy dog brings much-needed joy and happiness for both the patient and their loved ones, as well as emotional and physical support. My visits with our patients promote activity, conversation, and an emotional connection. I feel as a therapy dog for Compassionate Care Hospice I have the unique ability to bring joy and comfort during a time when our patient’s outlook on life may be at its most grim.

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