The only non-profit hospice since 1989,
Hospice Brazos Valley's team of comfort specialists has responded to the needs of thousands of patients
and families with hope-filled care.
Admission to hospice often begins with a discussion with your doctor, but anyone can reach out to our
team of compassionate professionals.
Hospice Brazos Valley will assist you, your family, and your physician in developing a comprehensive care plan to address your physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs. You are empowered to decide which care plan works best while we support your decision-making process and bring comfort and stability to you and your caregiver.
Hospice Brazos Valley's professionals are always available to answer your questions, will work to restore peace, and provide you with the information you need to achieve your goals during this difficult time.
After speaking to a Hospice Brazos Valley admissions professional, a nurse will be scheduled to meet with you wherever you call home. That team member will sit with you and your family to listen to your needs, answer questions, and address concerns. The goal of this first visit is to get to know you, learn about your unique needs, and discuss how hospice care can help you achieve your goals. This visit may lead to admission, or it can be the first step in learning more about what options are available to you and your family.
Also, during the initial visit, you will be provided with an admission booklet that will provide your family with answers to common questions and an introduction to your hospice team. Click below to preview our admission booklet online or share with family.
PLAN OF CARE
Once a Hospice Brazos Valley admissions nurse meets with you and completes your initial assessment, a plan of care is developed based on your goals and is coordinated with your physician and our care team. If you do not have a primary physician, our medical director can oversee your care. Services can begin the same day you contact our office.
Hospice Brazos Valley is the only non-profit hospice serving 17 counties in Central Texas with three offices to serve you in Bryan, Brenham, and La Grange. Should you live outside of our service area map pictured right, and are seeking a hospice that serves your area, please visit the following organizations to find
hospice care in your area:
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance (TNPHA)
Counties served by Hospice Brazos Valley:
Bryan Office Brenham Office La Grange Office
Falls* Leon* Milam* Burleson Colorado*
Brazos Madison* Waller Harris* Fayette*
Grimes Walker* Montgomery* Austin
Robertson Washington Lee*
*indicates that only a portion of county is served by Hospice Brazos Valley.
Call 800.824.2326 for specific information
and to determine if you reside within our service area.
THE RIGHT TIME
If you are seeking information about hospice, the time to call is now. Obtaining information and seeking assistance before a crisis strikes will provide you and your family with peace of mind. Our team of hospice experts can provide education to help regain a sense of control when you feel overwhelmed by difficult choices. The hospice care team works in patient homes to provide extra layers of support to both patients and families. After starting hospice care, many families say they wish they had called sooner. Contact us anytime day or night to talk to a caring hospice professional who can guide you to make the right choices for your family.
Hospice Brazos Valley's admissions team members are available to speak with you anytime day or night. Anyone can make the call to gather more information about how hospice care can help. Our team of professionals are trained to guide you and your family through you difficult times.
You are not alone. Help is here.
Call toll-free 800.824.2326 or
send a message to our admissions team below: