Niagara Hospice is proud to partner with Niagara County nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult homes  to help meet the needs of seriously ill residents. The goal of the service is to bring additional expertise to facility staff, comfort to residents - and peace of mind to their families.

Please call Niagara Hospice at (716) 439-4417 with any questions or to refer your loved one for hospice services at their facility or adult home.


Hospice services are available at the following Niagara County facilities:

Skilled Nursing Facilities

Absolut Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation
4540 Lincoln Dr., Gasport  14067

DeGraff Memorial Hospital - Skilled Nursing Facility
445 Tremont St., North Tonawanda  14120

Elderwood Health Care at Crestwood
2600 Niagara Falls Blvd., Niagara Falls 14304

Newfane Rehabilitation and Health Care Center
2709 Transit Road, Newfane 14108

Niagara Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
822 Cedar Ave., Niagara Falls  14301-1136

Northgate Health Care Facility 
Hospice at Jeanne's House

7264 Nash Rd., North Tonawanda  14120
www.McGuireGroup.com

Odd Fellow and Rebekah Rehabilitation and Health Care Center
Rebekah's Pathway
104 Old Niagara Rd., Lockport  14094

Our Lady of Peace Nursing Care Facility

5285 Lewiston Road, Lewiston  14092-1942

Schoellkopf Health Center 
David's Path
621 Tenth St., Niagara Falls  14302


Assisted Living Facilities

Sterling House of Niagara
6741 Nash Rd., North Tonawanda  14120-1231

 

Payment for hospice services not provided in the patient's home

Hospice is specialized care for the terminally ill. In most cases, hospice services are covered by Medicare. Niagara Hospice maintains service care contracts with many hospitals, nursing homes, intermediate care facilities and adult care facilities. While the services of Niagara Hospice typically involve no expense to the patient, each contract provider may charge fees associated with room and board and/or services provided for care of the patient's unrelated terminal diagnosis. Each contract and setting is unique. Medicare and Medicaid regulations prevent hospice providers from providing care in non-contracted facilities.

Patients considering hospice care should ask their respective insurance carriers about the impact of accessing hospice either through Medicare and Medicaid, or through private insurance. Each carrier may have limitations of care and/or out-of-pocket expenses. Niagara Hospice personnel will make every effort to ensure all patients are fully informed about their options prior to making a decision about hospice care.