Hospice House Care
Open Arms Hospice is proud to be the operating hospice of the McCall Hospice House of Greenville, a free standing, 30-bed facility that is the first facility in the Greenville area to provide inpatient hospice care. It is a place where comfort, dignity and compassion support individuals at the end of life.
Combining the most advanced level of hospice care available with the comforts of home, each detail of the house was thoughtfully designed with patients in mind. The spacious, private rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment cleverly enclosed with beautiful surroundings, and include private baths and private outdoor patios. Family gathering areas with vaulted ceilings and fireplaces create inviting areas to encourage visits from loved ones. The on-site chapel offers a place for quiet reflection and prayer while the gardens and courtyards expose residents to the beauty of the outdoors. Take a video tour of the McCall Hospice House.
Comforts of Home
Who Qualifies for Care at the Hospice House?
Anyone with cancer, advanced heart or lung disease, end-stage Alzheimers or demetia, or another life-limiting illness may qualify for in-home hospice services. The hospice house provides inpatient acute care for patients who are the most ill and have complicated pain and symptoms to manage, as well as those who have no suitable residence or caregiver to deliver care. The house also provides inpatient respite care to relieve caregivers when they are exhausted or have to be away.
How is Hospice Care Paid For?
Funding for hospice care is provided through Medicare, Medicaid and some private insurance plans. If you are unsure if insurance will cover hospice services, please call us at 864-688-1700. All eligible patients will have access to hospice services regardless of ability to pay.
How are Referrals Made?
Anyone can make a referral to Open Arms Hospice. To qualify for hospice care, the patient's attending physician and the Hospice Medical Director must certify that the patient has a life-limiting illness with a life expectancy of six months or less. Our staff can contact the patient's physician to verify diagnosis and prognosis.
To make a referral, please call us at 864-688-1700 or toll free at 1-866-473-6276. Physicians can fax referrals to 864-688-1705.