Delta Health Hospice provides many different services, giving patients and families the best care options and support they need. We ensure every patient receives personalized care that respects their wishes, and every family has access to the necessary resources.

Our services ensure and improve the quality of life for all we serve, providing more than just medical care. We offer specialized health and social services that involve patients and their families in their care. Additionally, we provide instruction on how to better live with a terminal illness or help patients prepare for the end of life. We also ensure your family is comfortable and has peace of mind.

Our Team

The dedicated professionals at Delta Health Hospice are here to offer compassionate, high-quality care in the comfort of your home. We offer our services to help families find independence and dignity, knowing their loved one is getting the best care.

We are committed to providing quality care and services to each patient, respecting their individuality, and ensuring their wishes are fulfilled. By offering specialized care that offers individualized plans for each patient, we help improve the quality of life for all those we serve.

Hospice Physicians

We provide a variety of specialists who work to ensure patients receive high-quality care every step of the way. Our hospice physicians are committed to helping you and your family through the process, providing specialized services that allow you to have peace of mind.

Nurse Practitioners

The compassionate and experienced team of nurse practitioners at Delta Healthcare Hospice offers specialized expertise in diagnosis and care. They can also provide long-term care to help keep you or your loved one comfortable.

Registered Nurses

Registered nurses who work for Delta Health Hospice provide specialized care that includes everything from basic patient assessments to teaching patients, families, and loved ones how to live with a terminal illness.

Licensed Vocational Nurses

Our licensed vocational nurses provide compassionate support to patients, families, and loved ones. Their skills, knowledge of care techniques, and years of experience make them an invaluable resource for our patients and families.

Hospice Aides

Hospice aides help patients and families with all aspects of care, including support, companionship, and compassion. They are there to improve the quality of life for our patients and families every step of the way.


Our homemakers are experienced professionals who can assist with activities of daily living. They can also help ensure your loved one is comfortable in their own home, offering you the peace of mind that your loved one is receiving the best care possible.

Social Workers

Social workers who work for Delta Health Hospice can provide compassionate care to patients, families, and loved ones who need support. Their knowledge of the care options available to our patients and family members gives them a vast understanding of their needs.

Spiritual Counselors

Spiritual counselors at Delta Home Health Hospice are committed to creating a positive experience for patients, families, and loved ones throughout the care process. They can help you decide which type of counseling is best for your situation and how to find the proper care.

Hospice Volunteers

Volunteers can help patients and their families throughout the care process, offering relief and support to those who need it the most. They can also provide much-needed companionship to our patients and families during difficult times.

Bereavement Counselors

After the death of a loved one, bereavement counselors at Delta Health Hospice can help you and your family cope with grief. They can help you find peace, closure, and comfort following your loss.


Our dietitians provide personalized meal plans to help you manage your weight and stay healthy. They ensure each patient receives the proper nutrients and can also give dietary guidance.


Therapists at Delta Health Hospice can help you and your family find ways to cope with the stress related to caring for a loved one. They can provide support, education, and insight into finding ways to improve your relationship with your loved one.

End of Life Option Act

The End of Life Option Act allows eligible California adults who’ve been diagnosed with a terminal illness and expected to have less than 6 months to live to obtain a drug from their physician that will end their life. The Act defines who’s eligible and the guidelines when a physician can legally prescribe aid-in-dying medications. Participation in this end-of-life option is voluntary for both patients and physicians.

The End of Life Option Program at Delta Health Hospice acknowledges that each person has unique beliefs and values. Our goal is to provide care that aligns with patients’ wishes and support patients who have questions about medical aid-in-dying so they can make the decision that is best for them.

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