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500 La Terraza Blvd Suite 130
Escondido, CA 92025
Escondido, CA 92025
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Reviews for Elizabeth Hospice
Raheleh Dilmaghani — The social worker and assigned nurse were nice. The nurse who was called in the evening of Oct 1st was a bad nurse and supervisors are not doing their jobs. I lost a loved one Oct 6th! On Oct 1st the nurse who came upon caregiver's call because I was gone for 6 hours teaching at university, made some oxycodone disappear and gave patient who does not have heart problem expired NitroG and the bottle of expired medicine is missing. I did a police report. They never got back to us with a closure and result of their "so Called" investigation. The next day a few people came by, one being a bossy manager of the social worker who did not want to address the problem. Again to date they did not respond with any conclusion. Then they dare to call me to provide consultation. Stay Away! They are preferred one with UCSD, so disappointing. 3 months later, no response. There is none. Find your own.ucsd has financial relation w them!
Reviewed on Google on Jan. 5, 2020, 8:26 p.m.
Victoria Harr — Elizabeth Hospice immediately began setting things in motion. All the team members were compassionate and took great care of Sid. Their follow-up both during his illness and afterwards has been amazing.
Reviewed on Dec. 24, 2019, 12:51 p.m.
Mary Matheson — Both my husband and my father were under hospice care at 2 separate times and years. Both times Elizabeth hospice provided excellent support, knowledgeable nurses, compassion and 24 hour call center where a nurse will be on call and call you back and guide you through medications instructions and just what to do for your loved one who may be in distress. Usually they can help via a phone call in the middle of the night with a visit the next day. They will provide you with very caring and gentle bathers 2 to 3 times a week, the nurse will visit 1 or more times a week as needed and update, explain and adjust medications.They also provide counseling, and spiritual comfort if needed. I had no negative experience with them in 2010 and 2018 and they were such a huge help to me both times. Believe me watching your beautiful husband and gentle father die is a traumatic experience and you are in a extremely emotional time so all your senses are heightened but thanks to hospice my husband and father got to be home and comfortable. I am very grateful for all the help I received.
Reviewed on Google on Sept. 8, 2019, 6:13 a.m.
Jeri Mandel — I also will ask that you pay attention to the one star reviews. My mother's suffering and thus, my suffering could have been avoided. I will forever feel the horrific pain of my mother's end of life. I wish I had the opportunity to review and interview hospice prior to my crisis. My review is in the photo attached as characters were limited. It is the same feedback I included in the survey Elizabeth sent me. We only get one loved one and yours is lucky enough to have you reviewing hospice care ahead of time.
Reviewed on Google on Dec. 16, 2018, 9:28 a.m.
Nina Ruth Bruno — Please carefully look at all of the one-star reviews, there is a reason. If I could give negative Stars, I would but unfortunately I have to put one star to post. My mom is presently in the hospital, and there is no hope of surgery to alleviate her condition. You know this is the worst time and trial for a family to be going through, and what you really need is dignity, Clarity, comfort and respect. I received none of that from the aggressive sales people calling themselves case social workers from the Elizabeth hospice. These people are angels of death. Brutal and disrespectful sales people using victim shaming jargon to convince you that they are the ones who work with the hospital and doctors, there is no other option, and that to put a loved one on palliative care versus hospice, is basically cruel. What they don't tell you is that they make money off of your loved one. I spent about a half hour on the phone from the supposed social worker from the hospice who called the nurses station to speak with me. I'm already vulnerable because I'm tired, exhausted, haven't eaten, and watching a loved one who needs medical help. And then you patronize me with your condescending tones? I mean you want to talk about an aggressive sale. And that's what it was. They will swoop in like a vulture circling a dying body, literally, and then convince you that you have no other options. I did not even know that there were other hospice options. They made it sound like they were the only ones. Thankfully I Found the courage to tell this person over the phone that I could not make any decisions right then.
Reviewed on Google on Aug. 20, 2018, 10:04 a.m.
Steve Caporale — Five Stars is not enough. This team of care givers, health workers, and counselors and ministers made my mom's last few months as comfortable as is humanly possible. Each new face treated my mom and her family as though she was a part of their family too. In the end they kept her comfortable and pain free and beautifully assisted her and her family in transitioning through the end of her life. The medical staff are highly skilled and caring, the care givers work as though they were assisting their own family, and the counselor helped me to navigate through all of the paperwork and always with an eye to my needs as well. The spiritual counselors were never pushy or assuming. Everyone at Elizabeth Hospice simply provided us the very best possible care and comfort and we are grateful to them all. Highly recommended!
Reviewed on Google on Oct. 6, 2016, 12:24 a.m.