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About Coastal Hospice

  • Most Coastal Hospice patients are cared for in their own homes.
  • Hospice cares for any patient with a life-limiting illness (not just cancer).
  • Hospice care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance.
  • We put the patient's needs and goals first - without regard for ability to pay.
  • Each patient has a team of caregivers, including the family doctor.
  • Hospice care includes medications and supplies.
  • Doctors and families tell us their only regret is not calling Coastal Hospice sooner.

Can Coastal Hospice help?

6 questions to ask yourself

  • Has the person you're concerned about visited the emergency room or hospital more than once in the past 6 months?
  • Has this person made more than one late-night or weekend call to the doctor?
  • Is this person ever too sick to keep doctors' appointments?
  • Has this person stopped improving with medical treatments?
  • Has this person suffered from one or more complications? (For example, pneumonia, weight loss, or skin ulcers?)
  • Does this person need help to bathe, dress or eat?

If your answer to more than one of these questions is "Yes," Coastal Hospice can help.

410-742-8732 or 800-780-7886

Call us. We'll come to you.


Friday Oct. 24, 9 am – noon
at MAC Center
900 Progress Circle, Salisbury

For the public and health care professionals featuring presentations by Dr. Daniel Morhaim Physician, author and Maryland state legislator and Dr. David Cowall Physician and expert in hospice and palliative care.

Advance directives communicate a person's healthcare wishes to their family and doctors and are critical for people of all ages, because a healthcare crisis can occur at any time: during a serious illness, after an automobile accident or head injury, during a heart attack or stroke. Plan ahead by attending this important seminar.

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Coastal Hospice is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that relies on charitable support to provide its programs and services.