How to Begin
We offer a few different ways for patients and families to begin services with us
Contact your doctor and ask him if hospice care is the right direction for you or your loved ones.
Call or e-mail us and we can get in contact with your doctor and discuss if it is time for hospice care. If it’s determined that it is the right time, we can work with you on getting any necessary paper work started.
We offer an “info-share”, where a member of our staff will meet with you and your loved ones and teach you about hospice care and what Lake Superior Hospice can offer. We inform you on how it can be beneficial for the patient and the family, answer any questions you may have, and show you how you can get started.
To get started or for more information about hospice care and to schedule an Info-Share – contact us at (906) 225-7760 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kind of Care
National Nurses Week at Lake Superior Hospice means celebrating the excellent care, compassion, and commitment that each of our nurses display every day. Our nurses are exceptional in all that they do and their passion for helping our patients shines through their work. They go above and beyond for our patients and their families; whether it’s providing symptom management, support for the family, making arrangements to fulfill last wishes, and so much more! We are grateful to have an incredible group of nurses as members of our hospice team.
Lake Superior Hospice would like to thank the following nurses who are a part of our clinical staff: Becky Shauver, Carol Blashill, Lynn Johnson, Lisa Johnson, Eileen Smit, Christy Maki, Glenda Christian, Julie Higbie, Nichol Hewitt, Louise Wilcox, and Denise Gallippo.