Welcome to Omega Hospice Care

Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 9: 30am to 4pm
  Contact : (682) 895-9971

About Omega Hospice Care

Omega Hospice Care agency’s mission is to participate as an active part of the community, by delivering value driven high quality compassionate care. In addition, continuously improve hospice services to meet the needs of our patients. The hospice approach to care is holistic and includes emotional, spiritual, and practical support in addition to medical care. These services are provided by an interdisciplinary team of experts: physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, chaplains, homemakers and specially trained volunteers. The team works with the individual’s community doctors and other providers.


A Family Centered Approach OHC Pediatric Comfort Care supports the child as well as the entire family. We provide hands-on training and education for family members of caregivers. Counseling and emotional support are also offered to the family, including other children. OHC Pediatric Comfort Care provides developmentally appropriate hospice care to infants, children and adolescents with life-limiting conditions. Our pediatric doctors and nurses understand the difference between children and adults. Children respond differently to illness and treatment, as well as medications. Therefore, a unique care plan is developed for each child.

What is Hospice Care and what are the benefits?

Hospice care is often referred to as palliative or comfort care is an “End-of-Life” Comfort Care for patients with terminal illnesses. It focuses on comfort, quality of life, emotional support (for the patient and family), spiritual enrichment, management of pain, and management of all medical needs. Hospice care seeks to preserve dignity while providing comfort when life-limiting illness no longer responds to cure-oriented treatments.

Who is Eligible for Hospice Care?

1. Patients diagnosed with a life-limiting condition with a prognosis of 6months or less (should the disease follow its natural course). 2. Patients with illnesses in which curative measures are no longer effective, appropriate, or desired. 3. Hospice care has no homebound restrictions.

How Hospice Care is delivered

Our hospice team makes regular visits to assess the patient and provide care. The hospice staff has clinicians on call 24hours a day, 7 days a week.

When is Hospice Care Appropriate?

1. When the patient has a prognosis of 6 months or less 2. It is better to start hospice early enough to fully benefit from the services. Hospice care services focuses on comfort care.