The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. – Psalm 23:1
Peace Hospice exists primarily to provide a compassionate and comprehensive plan of care to improve the quality of life for our patients and their families, as they deal with life-limiting illnesses.
At Peace, your care team will consist of you, your family and close friends, your own physician and/or a hospice physician, hospice nurse and hospice aide/homemaker, social worker, spiritual and bereavement counselors, as well as hospice volunteers. Others who may be involved in your care include but are not limited to: dietician, physical, speech and occupational therapists, music therapist and pharmacist.
Who We Are and Why We Are Here
Thank you for considering Peace Hospice & Palliative Care for you or your loved one.
I began Peace Hospice as a calling ten years ago. However, I am continuously inspired by the love and commitment that families display every day.
Today, we are a group of caring individuals with professional skills in various disciplines. We provide hospice care in a dignified manner that upholds the self-respect and value of every life we are privileged to serve. We do not aim to hasten or postpone death; we simply strive to assist our patients and their families to live their lives as fully as possible. We have no other agenda but to stand by you, even as we serve you. We are not just another care provider, we are Peace, and We Know Who Holds Your Future.
We consider it an honor to be part of your circle of care.
Ronke Champion RN, CHPCA, MBA
We exist to help improve the quality of life for our patients and families who are dealing with a life-limiting illness.
Why Choose Peace Hospice?
Our name says it all; we are Peace; this word is ingrained into our philosophy of care as we strive to bring peace to you in this season of your life. We understand your illness may be life-limiting or even terminal; we have no doubt we know “who holds your future”. Our circle of hospice care is a partnership between you, your family-caregivers and our interdisciplinary team. For us hospice is a calling and our goal is to help bring a sense of peace to each life we are fortunate to touch.
What Makes Peace Hospice Unique?
Our holistic centered and our spiritually focused approach to end-of-life care as we fulfill our calling is what makes Peace Hospice unique. Our main goal is to help you live your best quality life possible during this challenging time.
We became an organization because of His calling on our founder’s life. We take pride in our bereavement support that does not set a time table for grieving, allowing each person to grieve in a healthy way at their own pace. We are nothing without the services of our dedicated interdisciplinary team which includes you, your loved ones, your physician, hospice physician, registered nurses, certified nurse’s assistant, chaplains, social worker, music therapist, volunteers, massage therapist and so many more . Our team provides compassionate end of life care in a manner that upholds the dignity of life.
What to Look for When Choosing Hospice Care
When choosing a hospice and palliative care provider, it’s important to find a team of professionals with strength in different fields who can address all aspects of illness, from helping with activities of daily living to grief counseling for family members and caregivers.
At Peace Hospice, we are not just another care provider, we are a group of compassionate hospice professionals who focus on life and comfort rather than on dying. We take pride in our ability to listen, meet you at your point of need while maintaining your dignity as we navigate through this journey called life.
"Your staff member, Violet, is a phenomenal caregiver. I'm so happy I chose Peace."
"Peace is a gracious and loving company, I do not think any other company could ever be better. I want to thank you for everything you have done, it was always done as soon as we asked."
Patient’s Family Member
"My dear friend: Thank you so very much for being there for me. I don’t think I could have made it without you. Hospice is a gift from God. You are all very special in my heart. I wish I could find the words to let you know how wonderful you all are. God … has blessed me in knowing you. All my love."
1717 N. Naper Blvd., Suite 301 Naperville, IL 60563
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