journeys hospice

Journeys Hospice, Inc
223 E. Amity
Nampa, ID 83686
Ph. 208-461-3035
Fx. 208-466-0693

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Serving the greater Boise area of the Treasure Valley including:

Boise
Caldwell
Eagle
Emmett
Fruitland
Greenleaf
Homedale
Huston
Kuna
Marsing
Melba
Meridian
Middleton
Nampa
New Plymouth
Notus
Parma
Payette
Sand Hollow
Star
Weiser
Wilder

Journeys Hospice
Serving the greater Boise area of the Treasure Valley



"You folks made it so much easier to care for Mom. Every night when I came home from work, Dad would just rave about your kindness, help, and performance. We cannot thank you enough."
-Daughter of patient




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What is Hospice?

Hospice is a health care choice.

No one has ever said dying is easy. But, for those dying from a terminal illness, and for their families, Hospice has brought new hope and meaning.

Hospice is a specialized health care program that emphasizes the management of pain and other symptoms.

Our Mission

The mission of Journeys Hospice is to provide comprehensive coordinated care to individuals with life-limiting illnesses and to their families throughout the greater Boise
area of the Treasure Valley.

It is the role of Hospice to maintain the patient's dignity, serve their needs emotionally, physically, and spiritually to the highest degree possible and feasible, and to lend both moral and physical support to the family.

 Including Hospic
e care in the dying process is to be assured of having strong and caring support.
Patient at a graduation ceremony


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The Hospice Approach

Because the care needs of a dying patient include more than the medical treatment of a disease, a team approach is taken in Hospice care.

Each team member has a role to play to address the physical, emotional, and spirital needs of patients and their families and care givers.

The Journeys team consists of nurses, bath aides, social workers, chaplains, bereavement care, volunteers, and a medical director.


Where Hospice Care is Provided

It is a myth that Hospice is a place. 

Hospice is provided where ever a patient may live
. "Home" may be anywhere the patient chooses to live, including the patient's home, assisted living or other long term care facility.

Click here to see more of the services that Journeys Hospice provides.
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