Home Hospice in Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Carroll County, Harford County, Howard County

One of the benefits of hospice care is that it can be provided anywhere. The home hospice program provides services in the home, in assisted living facilities, in the nursing home at Stella Maris, as well as other long-term care settings.

Stella Maris home hospice is available in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County.

Please call us 410-427-7888 for more information.

Supportive Home Hospice Care

Stella Maris has a long history of providing compassionate palliative care for terminally ill individuals and their families.

Our experienced staff provides expert care in the comfort of your own home. Patients and families enrolled in our home hospice program have access to our inpatient hospice unit for respite care and symptom management.

Appropriate patients enrolled in our home health care program have the option to transition to hospice care via our Bridge Program, a coordinated approach to home services in which the established care team continues to manage and support patients through end-of-life care.

Only a Call Away

Once the patient’s care plan is determined, our hospice nurses are available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing support and guidance no matter the time of day or night.

Additionally, we offer a range of hospice resources for patients and families including licensed clinical social workers, pastoral counselors, bereavement counselors and hospice volunteers.

Insurance Coverage for Home Hospice Care Services
Stella Maris accepts many forms of payment including managed care plans, commercial policies, Medicare, Medicaid and private funds. Please call us 410-427-7888 for more information.

Stella Maris provides options for uninsured and under-insured patients at the end of life. Patients with financial needs can apply for assistance through the Monsignor Lyness Fund, an endowment fund established at Stella Maris in honor of Monsignor John U. Lyness, the first patient admitted to the hospice unit at Stella Maris.