Levels of Care

Hospice care is divided into four categories

Routine Care

Bright Sky provides regular, scheduled visits to the patient’s home or other location where the patient is residing. We also provide more frequent visits depending upon the patient’s needs.

In-Patient Care

Short-term symptom crisis is provided during periods of crisis in a hospice-inpatient facility when symptoms cannot be managed in the patient’s home setting.

Continuous Care

Short-term symptom crisis management care is provided as an end-of-life option that furnishes the patient and their family with comfort, compassion, and dignity in their home.

Respite Care

Temporary care (up to 5 consecutive days) provided so that family members or the patient’s caregiver can rest or take some time off. Care is delivered in an institutional setting.

Services Provided

All cases are case managed by our team of medical professionals under the direction of the hospice medical director.

Physician Supervised Care

Pediatric Nurses for infants and children under our care


Prescription Medications

Palliative Care as Appropriate

Social Worker

Certied Home Health Aides

Grief counseling

Registered Nurses at the site where the patient has decided to receive the care

Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists

Durable Medical Equipment

Bereavement services

The Bright Sky Hospice Professional Team Includes:

- Medical Director
– Associate Medical Directors
– Trained Volunteers
– Hospice Nurses
– Physical Therapist
– Occupational Therapist
– Speech Therapist
– Certied Home Health Aides
– Social Workers
– Chaplians

Pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Bright Sky Hospice Care, Inc. does not discriminate in the employment of staff or the provision of any kind of services on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age. Other agency guidelines prohibit discrimination on the basis of religions or sexual preferences.