Why Peace Hospice?
At Peace, we understand.
Our team of caring, multidisciplinary hospice professionals and volunteers work around the clock to provide the best care that you deserve. We know our strengths and recognize our limitations.
Most of all, we know who holds your future. We are passionate about our calling and totally uphold and live by our philosophy. We only have you in mind as we serve. We acknowledge that you have a choice and consider it an honor to be part of your circle of care.
While preserving your dignity and independence, we at Peace care for each patient and family by providing an individualized plan of care; complete with the necessary support services to meet each need. We are committed to your total care.
We are Peace. Our aim is to be the team who provides end-of-life care while preserving your dignity and enhancing your quality of life. Our team is trained to support you and the care you are delivered. We will provide help with the practical matters of daily living, both for you and your family. We will be available to listen to and discuss your concerns, your hopes, and expectations for your loved ones; to the extent that you desire. By so doing, we hope to contribute to your inner peace and that of your family. We respect your privacy, and the sanctity of your inner-self and will not intrude upon it.
"Your staff member, Violet, is a phenomenal caregiver. I'm so happy I chose Peace."
"Peace is a gracious and loving company, I do not think any other company could ever be better. I want to thank you for everything you have done, it was always done as soon as we asked."
Patient’s Family Member
"My dear friend: Thank you so very much for being there for me. I don’t think I could have made it without you. Hospice is a gift from God. You are all very special in my heart. I wish I could find the words to let you know how wonderful you all are. God … has blessed me in knowing you. All my love."
1717 N. Naper Blvd., Suite 301 Naperville, IL 60563
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