Allied Home Healthcare Network

Member of Allied Home
Healthcare Network

Comfort Plus Hospice

612 W. Jackson St..
Morton, IL 61550
Phone: (309) 620-9821
Fax: (309) 620-9822

Hospice Focuses on Quality of Life
Why is hospice important

Why Hospice is Important

Hospice emotional support

Hospice Emotional Support

Hospice versus Traditional Care

Hospice vs. Traditional Care

Hospice - Frequently Asked Questions
What is hospice

What is Hospice?

Who pays for hospice

Who Pays for Hospice?

Hospice Home Care

Hospice Care On-Call 24 / 7
Hospice Holiday Programs

Holiday Programs

Hospice Volunteers

Volunteer Visits

Hospice Support Groups

Support Groups

Members of the Hospice Team
Hospice Coordinator/Director

Hospice Coordinator/Director

Hospice Physicians,  Nurses and Pharmacist

Physicians - Nurses - Pharmacist

Hospice Counselor - Spiritual Leader - Social Worker

Counselor, Spiritual Leader & Social Worker

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Comfort Plus Hospice Care

Comfort Plus Hospice CareHospice care focuses on comfort, pain management and symptom management for terminally ill patients. Hospice care allows patients and family members to take an active role in making decisions for their end of life plan of care. We provide assistance with obtaining such items as a do not resuscitate order, a living will, a healthcare power of attorney, or advanced directives. We can also provide referrals to family counseling, bereavement counseling, and other community resources.

Please call us today at 309-620-9821 to request more information or use the link below.

Diagnoses commonly associated with hospice care include cancer and other end-stage diseases:

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Respiratory disease
  • Liver/Renal disease
  • Cancer
  • Neurological disease
  • Stroke or Coma

No one is denied service because of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion.