A Meaningful Journey | Zusman Hospice
Hospice is a philosophy of care for people with a life-limiting illness, such as heart disease, lung disease, cancer or Alzheimer’s disease. Hospice care addresses symptom relief while providing dignity and compassion to those at the end of their lives, rather than curing illness. This end-of-life journey can be a meaningful time of acceptance, reconciliation, healing and even joy.
At Wexner Heritage Village, Zusman Hospice strives to enhance the quality of life, until the end of life, for our patients. Our generous and supportive staff focuses on helping patients and their families achieve their wishes and personal goals during the journey, such as attending a grandchild’s wedding, enjoying a favorite sporting event or simply a walk through the garden after rainfall.
Our full-time medical director, associate medical director and team of highly skilled healthcare professionals provide exceptional end-of-life care that nurtures the body, mind and spirit of our patients while attending to the special needs of families and caregivers. Hospice care can be provided at home or wherever the patient lives or in our in-patient unit, Zusman House, on the campus of Wexner Heritage Village.
Inspired by our Jewish values, we openly embrace all faiths and respect each individuals’ unique values and spirituality. Since its founding in 2001, Zusman Hospice has served thousands of patients, families and friends who have found encouragement and support from follow-up grief programs, community education and special outreach opportunities.
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To learn more about Zusman Hospice call us at 614-559-0350 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.