Austin Hospice

Counties Served:

Bastrop, Burleson, Burnet, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis, Washington, Williamson

Patient-centered hospice care

Hospice in Austin since 2014

Our goal is to help patients and families across the Metro Austin area maintain their best quality of life, even when facing a serious illness.

We start by listening. When we understand your needs, you receive a more personal and culturally appropriate level of support. Care includes practical, emotional and spiritual support so you can focus on important moments with family and friends.

Your benefits include:

  • Visits from our hospice team, including hospice-trained nurses (RNs), social worker, chaplain, aides, dietitian and bereavement counselor
  • Care coordinated with your doctor
  • Home medical equipment, medications and medical supplies
  • Nurse aides to help with the tasks of daily living
  • Respite care (relief for family caregivers)
  • We Honor Veterans certification
  • Spiritual support
  • Physical, occupational and other therapy services

Whether you live in Austin, Bastrop, San Marcos or the eastern half of the Hill Country, our team will travel to where you live, including nursing facilities, hospitals or your personal home. We also have a location in Round Rock, covering the area north of Austin.

Hospice is a Medicare benefit you have earned

Hospice nursing support

Hospice is a Medicare benefit you have earned

Did you know that hospice is fully covered by Medicare? That’s right, you can rest assured that nursing services, medications, supplies and equipment are covered when there is a diagnosis requiring hospice care.

Care transitions - Home Health

We understand that family caregivers are often balancing home and family responsibilities. Our goal is to help you understand your options for at-home health and ensure care transitions are as easy as possible.

palliative Care

Palliative care is an extra layer of relief from the symptoms, pain and stress of a serious illness. It focuses on improving quality of life for patients and their families. Care includes help navigating the medical system to ensure care aligns with your goals and values.

Palliative care does not signal that someone is giving up hope for recovery. Support can begin at any stage of an illness, with people moving in and out of care as needed. Talk to your doctor about a referral.