Acclaim Hospice

Acclaim Hospice

Bringing Compassionate Care Home Acclaim Hospice and Palliative Care is committed to providing and promoting the highest quality care to those facing end-of-life issues.

It is our goal to serve you with high-quality, compassionate care that includes expert pain and symptom management, as well as emotional and spiritual support. Acclaim Hospice and Palliative Care embraces the traditional hospice concept of family-oriented care focused on the patient’s comfort and quality of living in life’s final season. Your care is designed to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs for you and your family.

We are proud to offer hospice and palliative care to patients and families in the greater Columbus and Dayton areas. We will also be caring for patients and families from our new location in Marion.

Visit our locations page to find a location near you and view our complete service area. It also includes:

  • Treating the patient and loved ones together as one unit
  • Coordination of care through our team working with your physician and/or our medical director/team physician
  • Caring for the patient in familiar, comfortable surroundings, whether it is a private residence, nursing center, or assisted living residence
  • Symptom relief and pain control including medication and palliative (comfort) care
  • Providing medical equipment and supplies
  • Supporting the family and other loved ones through education and counseling, including bereavement care
  • Respite care
  • Staff available for support 24 hours a day, seven days a week

If you would like to learn more about Acclaim Hospice and Palliative Care please visit the pages listed to the left to learn about our team, our commitment and quality.

You can also read some of our patient’s stories and testimonials. As an affiliate of Kindred at Home we are able to provide the most cost-effective home health medical and rehabilitative services within the post-acute continuum and offer a seamless transition back home for patients following acute or other post-acute care, reducing costly rehospitalizations.