Arranging for Services
To arrange for services please call our intake staff nurses at 508.222.0118 or 800.220.0110 or use our Patient Services Fax 508.226.8939. We will request specific patient information including the physician’s name and phone number so we may contact him/her for approval to begin hospice services.
Patient or Family Inquiries
The decision to choose hospice and palliative care is never an easy one for a patient or family members. If you have any questions at all or wish to discuss your situation with the Hospice and Palliative Care nurse manager, please call us at 508.222.0118 or 800.220.0110.
Community VNA Hospice and Palliative Care provides services in the following Massachusetts communities: Attleboro, Easton. Foxboro, Franklin, Mansfield, North Attleboro, Norton, Plainville, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Wrentham and others upon request
508.222.0118 or 800.220.0110
Patient Services Fax 508.226.8939
How to Pay for Services
Reimbursement for hospice care comes from Medicare, Medicaid, health maintenance organizations (HMO's) and other private insurance plans. (In Massachusetts, all health insurers are required to provide coverage for hospice services.) If you are unsure about what is available under your insurance plan, you may speak with your insurer or feel free to contact us.
Free Care Commitment
Community VNA is a not-for-profit home health care agency and operates under a mission to enhance the community’s capacity to achieve optimal health, wellness and quality of life. Philanthropic support through gifts from individuals and organizations helps us to reach out with free care to those in need, regardless of a lack of insurance or an inability to pay.
Our services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Community VNA Hospice and Palliative Care provides compassionate care in any setting the patient calls “home”. . . a private home, an assisted living residence or in a nursing home. Our focus is always on promoting quality of life as that may be determined by each patient.
We believe that a patient’s independence and self-determination are important to their ability to maintain dignity and comfort throughout the last stages of life. In caring for individuals with terminal illnesses and their families, we always put the patient’s needs and wishes first.