Hospice Services at Chandler Hall
Hospice is a philosophy of care for people of all ages with a terminal illness. Chandler Hall began one of the area’s first and most comprehensive hospice programs in 1982. We continue to provide holistic, personalized care on our campus and in people’s own homes.
General Features of Hospice Care
A common misconception is that hospice care is only for people at the very last stages of their illness. In fact, Medicare, most insurance providers and worker’s compensation cover hospice for a much longer period of time, allowing people to receive the support they need and deserve.
Hospice Care is provided by an interdisciplinary team.
- Medical Director
- Registered Nurse
- Social Worker
- Care Manager
- Home Health Aide
As part of our ongoing leadership, we are pioneering the practice of in-home, palliative hospice care.
Many people needing hospice care wish to remain in their own homes, surrounded by the people and atmosphere they cherish. They and their families receive similar support as those who move to our Hospice Pavilion.
Chandler Hall Hospice Pavilion
The Chandler Hall Hospice Pavilion is one of the only inpatient residential hospice settings in Pennsylvania. Each patient and family member receives dignity and respect during this most difficult transition.
The Pavilion offers a home-like setting with a beautiful patio and garden, cozy common areas, and meal options 24 hour a day. Family members, including pets, are welcome.
Residents and loved ones spend time together, knowing that physical and emotional support surround them. There is simply nothing like it in the area.
Learn More About Hospice
Reach out to a Lifestyle Counselor at Chandler Hall’s Welcome Center for more information about In-Home Hospice or inpatient hospice in the Chandler Hall Hospice Pavilion.
Kyla Donnelly has twice known the importance of hospice at Chandler Hall.
For more information about Chandler Hall, and/or how, like Kyla, you can support the mission please call 267-291-2231 or click the link below.