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Hospice care refers to a service offered by health care professionals to generally elder patients nearing the end of life.  Hospice care is not used to ward death or prolong life, but rather to provide for maximum comfort for the patient. Most hospitals include hospice facilities.
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Hospice care refers to a service offered by health care professionals to generally elder patients nearing the end of life.  Hospice care is not used to ward death or prolong life, but rather to provide for maximum comfort for the patient.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:15, 3 September 2007

Hospice care refers to a service offered by health care professionals to generally elder patients nearing the end of life. Hospice care is not used to ward death or prolong life, but rather to provide for maximum comfort for the patient.