Did You Know?The term “hospice” comes from the Latin word “hospes,” which actually means both “guest” and “host.”
Our ServicesOur family of caring and compassionate core services, additional services, and bereavement services.
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Welcome to Breeze Hospice
Your Partner in Compassionate Care.
Breeze Hospice of Missouri and Illinois is devoted to providing that kind of high quality, highly personalized hospice health care with total regard for the dignity and comfort of those we serve. We pride ourselves on careful attention to the personal, emotional, and spiritual individuality of each patient.
Patients and family members can feel confident about the completeness of our commitment. Breeze Hospice is an innovative concept in the field of hospice – simplifying the picture by coordinating every aspect of the patient’s care and related services. With Breeze Hospice in the picture, family members can renew their attention to daily lives and responsibilities.
These are the key pillars of our care model:
- Physician-owned and operated organization
- True collaborative care for the whole patient
- Experienced, professional staff
- Culturally compassionate care
- Respite services for caregivers
- Accreditation by CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Partner)
Our physician-owned structure results in maximum care team engagement and commitment. That’s an essential element of the care each patient needs and deserves.
Mission and Vision Statement
Breeze Hospice, LLC is dedicated to provide competent, compassionate care with the upmost regard for dignity, respect and comfort of those we serve.
So kind and caring
“The Breeze care team was so kind and caring toward my dad at the end of his life. It made the transition far easier for him – and us.”Mary, daughter of Breeze patient
My family has had so many questions
“My family has had so many questions about hospice care since I received my cancer diagnosis. The Breeze team has made sure we’ve stayed informed.”Jane, 78, Breeze patient