Rocky Mountain Hospice - Price, UT

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Rocky Mountain Hospice in Price provides professional, comprehensive, and compassionate hospice care to each patient. We want nothing more than for our patients to be happy, and to live as independently as possible. And because people tend to heal more quickly in their own homes, we provide service 24 hours a day wherever the patient lives.

Hospice Care Overview

When a patient develops a life-limiting illness, hospice care workers provide life-enhancing services rather than working to aggressively treat the condition. The patient’s overall comfort is our highest priority. In additional to physical care, our hospice professionals provide emotional and spiritual support as well. We believe that each patient deserves the best and most compassionate care. For more information about our hospice care services, please visit our Hospice page.

Our hospice professionals and volunteers work hard to provide superior physical and emotional support to each patient who is suffering from a life-limiting condition. Rather than working to aggressively treat the condition, our hospice workers help the patient to achieve the highest quality of life possible by focusing on patient comfort and happiness. Hospice care is available to patients of all ages and encourages patients to participate in the activities they enjoy as long as they’re able. Our hospice staff will help to lift some of the burden you may feel, allowing you to enjoy the remaining time you have with your loved one.

Hospice Services

Our Hospice Care Services are available anywhere a patient calls home. Whether it’s his or her own home, a relative’s house, a retirement community, or assisted living facility, we’re happy to travel to you. In addition to physical care, we provide:


  • Emotional, spiritual, and bereavement support for the patient and his or her family
  • Homemaker assistance
  • 24-hour physician and nursing supports
  • Medical equipment and medication, and instructions for use
  • Short-term in-patient care to manage symptoms
  • Physical and speech therapy to enhance the quality of life
  • Counseling services
  • Assistance with legal documents and funeral planning

If a patient has developed a life-ending illness and has an estimated life expectancy of six months or less, he or she is generally eligible to receive hospice care services. A treatment goal of focusing on comfort rather than curing the illness is also required in order to be eligible. Patients and their families also have many options when it comes to paying for hospice aid, including through Medicare, Medicaid, private health insurance, or through grants and donations.

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Office: (435) 637-8070
Fax: (435) 637-9284

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590 E 100 N Suite 4
Price, UT 84501

Director of Operations:
Angie Fausett

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