New Life Hospice

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About Us

About Us

New Life Hospice is founded in San Antonio, Texas by individuals who share a love and passion for serving loved ones in the community.
New Life Hospice leadership believes in patient-focused family centric care.

Mission statement

Our mission is to assist each family that we serve to live life to the fullest until they no longer can.
Our goal is to give the precious gift of time and memories as our families begin a new chapter in their lives.
New Life Hospice focuses on a holistic approach when serving our families and loved ones that have a life-limiting illness.

Hospice Philosophy

What is the Hospice Philosophy?
Hospice is not “giving up”. Hospice philosophy accepts death as a transition of life by honoring life and shifting the focus from curative to quality of life as we do not hasten or postpone one’s transition. Hospice care focuses on managing a patient’s symptoms while caring for and educating a patient’s family, rather than focusing on the disease itself.
The New Life Hospice multidisciplinary approach strives to provide a family centered, patient-focused experience by providing dignity, quality, and compassionate care. Duly important is honoring and respecting our patient and family wishes concerning the physical as well as the spiritual aspect of the patient. New Life Hospice wishes to give you “the precious gift of time”.

About our team

Why Choose New Life Hospice?
New Life Hospice approaches your loved one’s care with a multidisciplinary comprehensive approach
• Physicians
• Nurses
• Certified Nursing Assistants
• Spiritual Counselors
• Social Workers
• Bereavement Coordinators
• Volunteers


How is Hospice Funded?
The Medicare, Medicaid and some commercial/private programs cover services provided by New Life Hospice.

What is hospice

What is Hospice Care in the home?
Hospice care focuses on the quality of life for people that have been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. New Life Hospice provides care in the setting of your loved ones home (e.g. private residence, skilled nursing facility, assisted living facility, or personal care home).
Hospice is a service that most people do not know the value of until it is too late. Most people report they wish they had known about it sooner. Anyone can make a referral to hospice. It is important to discuss with your healthcare provider.

General hospice guidelines »

Common Hospice Diagnosis

Other (e.g. Neurological deficits & Liver Failure)
Kidney Disease
*NHPCO Facts and Figures 2020
At New Life Hospice we work with our multidisciplinary team to tailor care for your symptoms with our focus being your quality of life.

What does Hospice provide?

• Medications related to the prognosis
• Medications for symptom management
• DME (Durable Medical Equipment)
• Medical / Daily Personal supplies such as adult diapers, pull ups, wipes, gloves, skin moisture barriers, wound supplies, etc.
All at no cost to the patient.

Hospice Levels of Care

Routine Care
The most common level of hospice care provided with a life-limiting diagnosis. Care is provided wherever the residence may be.

Continuous Care (Crisis Care)
This is an advanced level of care that requires close medical attention to managed uncontrolled symptoms in the home due to a medical crisis until symptoms are controlled.

General Inpatient Care (GIP)
This is an advanced level of care provided when symptom management cannot be provided in the home. This level of care provides short-term crisis management of pain or symptoms. Once symptoms are controlled, care continues in the home if medically appropriate.

Respite Care
This level of care gives time to a caregiver to rest and recuperate from caregiving duties or simply attend an event or take a much needed vacation while care is given in a Medicare-certified inpatient facility for a maximum of 5 days.


Excellent patient care
Quick response time
Same day admissions
Compassionate care

The butterfly is symbolic of new life as it transitions from a cocoon into a butterfly.
The wings of the butterfly are a lotus flower, a symbol for purity.
It emerges from murky waters perfectly clean and beautiful.
"It holds power because it covers hope and strength to people struggling in their daily lives."
In Christianity, it is seen as the inner strength and the determinationto come out of any difficulties, symbolic of purifying our imperfections and impurities.
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*If 2 or more are selected your loved one may qualify for hospice.
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Contact Us
Phone: 210-477-7020
Fax: 210-477-7021
7461 Callaghan Rd.
Ste. 603
San Antonio,
Texas 78229