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[cs_content][cs_element_section _id=”1″ ][cs_element_layout_row _id=”2″ ][cs_element_layout_column _id=”3″ ][cs_element_text _id=”4″ ][/cs_element_layout_column][/cs_element_layout_row][/cs_element_section][/cs_content][cs_content_seo]The following terms and conditions govern the access and use of this website and any and all services (the “Site”) provided by Georgia Community Hospice, LLC. Your access and use of this site and the services provided are subject to the following terms and conditions (“Terms of Use”) and all applicable laws. By accessing and browsing the Site, you accept, without limitation or qualification, the Terms of Use and acknowledge that any other agreements between you and the Site are superseded and of no force or effect. Georgia Community Hospice, LLC reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions, or any part of them, at any time, without prior notice to you.

You agree that the Site itself, as well as all content, videos, materials, products, services and/or other materials, made available on the Site by us or other third parties, as well as the look and feel of all of the foregoing (collectively referred to as the “Content”) are maintained for your personal use and the information by Georgia Community Hospcie, LLC (the “Company”) are the property of the Company and/or its third party providers. You agree that such Company Content shall include all proprietary videos, HTML/CSS, Javascript, graphics, voice, and sound recordings, artwork, photos, documents, and text as well as all other materials included in the Site, excluding only the materials you provide. Subject to your compliance with theses Terms of Use, the Company hereby grants you a limited license, which is non-exclusive, non-transferable, and non-sublicensable, to access, view, and use the Site solely for your personal purposes. No Company content may be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, distributed, used for public or commercial purposes, or downloaded in any way unless written permission is expressly granted by the Company. Modification of the Content or use of the Content for any other purpose is a violation of the copyright and other proprietary rights of the Company, as well as other authors who created the materials, and may be subject to monetary damages and penalties. You may not distribute, modify, transmit or use the content of the Site or any Content, including any and all software, tools, graphics, and/or sound files, for public or commercial purposes without the express written permission of the Company.
All Content, such as text, data, graphics files, videos and sound files, and other materials contained in the Site, are copyrighted unless otherwise noted and are the property of the Company and/or a supplier to the Company. No such materials may be used except as provided in these Terms of Use.
All trade names, trademarks, and images and biographical information of people used in the Company Content and contained in the Site, including without limitation the name and trademark (“Georgia Community Hospice, LLC”), are either the property of, or used with permission by, the Company. The use of Content by you is strictly prohibited unless specifically permitted by these Terms of Use. Any unauthorized use of Content may violate the copyright, trademark, and other proprietary rights of the Company and/or third parties, as well as the laws of privacy and publicity, and other regulations and statutes. Nothing contained in this Agreement or in the Site shall be construed as granting, by implication or otherwise, any license or right to use any Trademark or other proprietary information without the express written consent of the Company or third party owner. The Company respects the copyright, trademark and all other intellectual property rights of others. The Company has the right, but has no obligation, to remove content and accounts containing materials that it deems, in its sole discretion, to be unlawful, offensive, threatening, libelous, defamatory, pornographic, obscene or otherwise objectionable or violates any party’s intellectual property or these Terms of Use.
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Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions

What is Hospice?

Hospice is a specialized care for people who have a terminal illness. Instead of trying to cure the disease, hospice is foused on comfort care, emotional and spiritual support for patients and families.

Hospice care is 100% covered by Medicare Part A.

This includes services such as nursing, certified home health aide, medical social worker visits, and spiritual care. As well as medical supplies, medical equipment, and supplies related to the terminal illness.

When is it time for Hospice?

Patients should consider hospice when medical treatments can no longer cure their disease or when the burden of treating symptoms outweighs the benefits of treatment.

How can I arrange to receive Hospice services?

You can contact us to learn more about our hospice services and arrange a free meeting in your home to discuss all the benefits Georgia Community Hospice can bring you.

How is hospice different from home health care?

Home Health Care focuses on the recovery of an illness or injury of the patient. Visits consist of medical treatment, physical therapy, etc.

Hospice Care focuses on keeping the patient comfortable as symptoms of a terminal illness progresses. Hospice Care also provides emotional and spiritual support for both the patient and family in addition to medical visits focused on comfort.

What happens if my condition improves?

If a patients condition improves or the disease goes into remission, the patient can be discharged from hospice care and returned to regular medical treatment. Patients have the right to stop hospice care, for any reason.

If a patient needs to return to hospice in the future, the patients services can be resumed if they are eligible for hospice.

How often will Hospice care providers visit me?

The Georgia Community Hospice care team works with patients and caregivers to determine the frequency and types of services needed. Typically the number of hospice service visits increases as the patients illness progress and their needs increase.

When is Hospice care available?

Georgia Community Hospice is available 24/7. We have nurses on call that respond within minutes if necessary.

Which areas do you cover?

Alanta Metro Area