Bridge Program

Continuum of Care Every Step of the Way. Our goal is to provide you and your family with a program of care that is centered around your needs and concerns, to respect all patients’ individuality, dignity, values, privacy and unique response to their illness, allowing you to live with dignity, free of pain and other distressing symptoms. Our decision-making is guided by evidence and expertise.

What is Bridge Program?

The Bridge Program provides continuity of care while you, your family and caregiver are being educated by our team regarding hospice care, home health care, private duty nursing, and companion care.  Our highly trained staff will share the benefits of all the services we can offer. The Program focuses on easing pain and other discomfort associated with serious illness. The Bridge Program is designed to reduce stress by addressing your emotional, social and spiritual needs. Our goal is to make sure you and your family maintains a better quality of life.

Who will benefit from Bridge Program?

What can I expect from the Bridge Program?

Our multi-disciplinary team will provide clinical, emotional, spiritual and social support while you and your family make an informed decision regarding home health care, home care and hospice care. Our team offers holistic, competent, medically supportive care focused on the whole person-addressing the physical, psychological, spiritual, cultural and social needs that you and your family may have. Our professionals focus particularly on relieving suffering and promoting your quality of life, whether your goal is curative care or comfort care.

What services are provided?

A team of skilled healthcare professionals, including your personal physician, are available to help with decisions about treatment or changes in the direction of care. Expertise in pain and symptom management with nursing staff, home health aides, social workers, spiritual advisors and therapists available.

How do I Enroll?

Call for a consult at (858) 455-5000, email us at info@bridgehh.com, or ask your doctor or nurse to make the call. One of our specialists will visit you within 24-48 hours of a request. After the visit our nurse will work with your primary doctor to make suggestions for your care.