Comfort. Compassion. Respect.


Our Hospice Care Staff

Each hospice employs a team of health and social care professionals who provide support, assistance and guidance for the entire family.


Eligibility for Hospice Care

Anyone of any age whose life is limited-by any illness-can receive hospice care from Bonita Springs Hospice Care.


Send Your Referrals

To make a referral to Bonita Springs Hospice Care, please use our online form. Thank you for your recommendations.

Our Hospice Care Staff

Care that supports you and your family

You and your loved ones will meet with the Bonita Springs Hospice Care staff to create a care plan that’s right for your family. You tell us your needs and priorities, and we find options and resources to meet them.

Here are just a few of the ways we provide support to your family:

Registered Nurse

Registered nurses and the medical director address medical care, pain relief and symptom management, and help with medical equipment needs. RNs are available a day, 7 days per week to deal with crisis situations, answer questions and visit when necessary.

Social Worker

Social workers listen to needs and find solutions to concerns, including financial and insurance issues, and grief support.


Chaplains are on hand to offer spiritual support for patients and their families.

Hospice Aide

Hospice aides help with dressing, bathing, eating, and other daily activities


Volunteers provide a variety of care: companionship, support, hand and foot massages, and run errands or stay and visit—whatever is needed. They are critical to the success of hospice care . They help provide patient transport, office support, work in local hospice shops, and even offer complimentary therapies. Volunteers also take part in a variety of fundraising activities. More information about Volunteers and how to become one »


Bonita Springs Hospice Care covers all hospice-related prescription drugs, supplies and medical equipment required to treat the patient’s life-limiting illness.

We all join to be there for you and your family, and can help talk through feelings and end-of-life concerns.