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What makes Hospice Quality Care Different? 

The staff at Hospice Quality Care feel called to provide end-of-life care for terminally ill patients in their home, nursing home, hospital, or at the Hospice Quality Care's own in-patient facility. This commitment is apparent in the customized, compassionate, and comforting care that each patient receives.



Family Support


Patients are not our only concern, however. Family members are coping with one of the most difficult events in life: the death of a loved one. Hospice Quality Care provides a support and bereavement program for family members that continues at least a full 13 months after death has occurred. Research published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management found that terminally-ill patients who received hospice care lived on average 29 days longer than those who did not opt for hospice near the end of life.1





Hospice Quality Care is proud to have one of only two in-patient hospice facilities in the entire state of Oklahoma. This 12-bed facility is located at the existing office at 921 South Sooner Road, Midwest City, OK 73110-2041.


Short-term in-patient or respite care is provided in spacious private rooms with 24-hour access to families and visitation by household pets. Patient rooms have their own door that leads to our beautiful courtyard and garden area. Family members will be grateful to find a comfortable recliner that converts to single-person bed in the room as well.


Family comfort is very important to us. Our in-patient facility offers a relaxing shared family room with comfortable couches, tables, and a television, as well as a kitchen area where food can be stored and prepared. Other amenities include a chapel, children's play room, laundry facility, wireless Internet access, and bathroom with shower, for family members' use.



1Source: National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization