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Medical Directors

Hospice of Florida is fortunate to have an exceptional Medical Director who will direct patient care plans every two weeks, reviewing patients’ plans of care, including medical equipment, medicines and medical supplies. This information is also shared with the patients’ primary care physician. Our physicians are contacted on an as-needed basis if our staff ever requires additional assistance. Our physicians are great teachers, which benefits our staff and our patients and families. We are so lucky to have such a committed and passionate team to guide us and to provide our patients with additional support.

Patients can always keep their current doctor/primary care physician. Our physician team serves as additional physicians that provide highly coordinated patient care.

Nursing Staff

Unfortunately, we are not able to describe every member of our team, but we hope a summary of our staff’s experience provide you with some comfort that you will be in good hands with Hospice of Florida. We employ a combination of passionate Registered Nurses (RNs) and experienced Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) to serve as the core of our care team. Our nurses have determined that hospice will be their life’s work – they are committed to providing patients and families with compassion and care at an important time. We believe that their expertise is important, thus we provide ongoing annual training and hospice care certifications. All of our nurses come to us with backgrounds in end-of-life care, whether this is from a hospital setting or another hospice provider. We hire experienced nurses and do not consider applicants that come to us without experience.

Nursing Assistants

We only employ Certified Nursing Assistants that are licensed in the State of Florida. Using licensed staff helps ensure quality patient care and our patient’s safety. Our nursing assistants receive continuing education throughout their employment and receive supervisory RN oversight regularly.