Now it is our turn to take care

Aging is a work of Art

Our ultimate goal of hospice serves to provide a comfortable, pain free environment in accordance with the patient’s wishes for end of life care wherein life can be enjoyed as richly as possible, and enables you to live each day to the fullest as comfortable and dignified.


Persoanlized Plans Care

Infinite Care Hospice is an in-home service with a specialized care dedicated to you and your loved one’s total well-being and maximizing the fullness and comfort of life during an advanced illness.

Caring for the Aged

By bringing the maximum quality of holistic care, Infinite Care Hospice allows your loved one to be surrounded by supportive friends, loving family, and enjoy the comforts and security of home.
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Assisted Living Support for Terminally Ill

Caring is our way of Life

Hospice care is appropriate for anyone diagnosed with terminal illness whose life expectancy is measured in months rather than years, whose primary goal has shifted to comfort-oriented care.

  • Cancer
  • End Stage Heart and Lung Diseases
  • Kidney Disease
  • ALS and other neurological diseases
  • Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson and any other life-limiting diseases.

All of the above must be related to the life limiting diagnosis to be covered under hospice care.
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Dedicated Hospice Care
24/7 support
Specially Trained Team
Comfort of Life
Where Caring is a way of Life

Experience Our Services

Nursing Services

Our competent and caring staff assures top quality medical care in a respectful and dignified manner.

Spiritual Counseling

Our chaplains provide counseling to you and your family by putting your wishes first.

Certified Hospice Aids

We provide assistance with personal care (bathing, grooming, dressing) while maintaining your dignity and independence.

Respite Care for Caregivers

We provide individualized care for your loved ones and support for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is hospice care only for people with cancer?
Is hospice care expensive?
Does hospice speed up dying?
Will someone from the hospice be with the patient 24 hours a day?