Duke HomeCare & Hospice works closely with your physician to provide comprehensive, individualized care in the comfort of your home or at our inpatient hospice facility. Our team of nurses, therapists, social workers, counselors, and chaplains helps you and your family manage advanced medical conditions, whether you are recovering from treatment, need ongoing therapy, or require end-of-life support.
Important COVID-19 Information
Now, more than ever, there is a growing concern to keep you, your family, and our team safe when it comes to slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. We understand you may be thinking about what this means for you and your loved ones. Duke HomeCare & Hospice has resources in place to address the spread of infection so we can continue to provide excellent patient care.
These additional measures include:
- Using personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, gowns, face masks and or booties.
- Proper hand hygiene, proper ways to shield/cover your face and mouth for a sneeze or cough, how to maintain safe social distance, and the importance of reducing visitors in your home.
- Using several screening questions for you, your loved ones and our own team members when scheduling and prior to a visit to reduce risk and determine who may visit. Please know that it may mean you are asked the same questions multiple times.
- Exploring all creative ways to meet your needs including in-person visits, telephone support, video virtual visits, and check-in calls.
- Limiting the number of people during a visit to one person in addition to the patient in the room. This measure will also help to reduce the chance of any extra germs entering your house.
Please feel free to call your team at 919-620-3853 with any questions or concerns. We are here for you. Visit our COVID-19 section for more information, frequently asked questions, and other resources.
Whether counseling services or gathering with others, we provide opportunities to find strength and celebrate loved ones who have died, but remain in our hearts.
Services We Provide
Home Health Care
We offer a broad range of home health care services, including physical, occupational, and speech therapy; geriatric care; pain management; and wound care. If you want to stay at home while treating a life-limiting illness, our Bridge Program will bring Home Health Care members to you.
Under the direction of your doctor, our nurses and pharmacists administer treatments at the proper dose, at the right time, and ensure that the site of infusion is well maintained.
Our team of caregivers -- which includes nurses, social workers, chaplains, and counselors -- provides comfort-oriented care that includes:
- Pain control and symptom management
- Psychosocial and medical interventions
- Education when transitioning to new surroundings
Duke Hospice meets your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs at home, in a hospital, or at our inpatient care facility. We help you and your caregivers manage terminal illness effectively and face end-of-life with dignity and comfort.
Our bereavement services program is available to support Triangle residents coping with the loss of a loved one. We offer free, short-term individual grief counseling, support groups, and grief workshops, as well as programs tailored to children and teens at the Duke Hospice Unicorn Bereavement Center.
Duke HomeCare & Hospice has two locations, in Durham and in Hillsborough.
Our Commitment to You
A Wide Service Area
We make home infusion therapy visits throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. You can receive our home care service in all or part of Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Orange, Person, Vance, and Wake counties.
Standards of Excellence
Our services are accredited by The Joint Commission, an independent organization that evaluates performance standards in health care.
Call us at 919-620-3853