Description:Provides medical, nursing and end-of-life care to veterans and to members of the community connected with a community hospice when care can no longer be managed at home. The 25-bed facility offers symptom management, nursing care, social services, psychological and bereavement services, spiritual counseling and massage.
Public Transit:SAMTRANS, VTA stop in front.
3801 Miranda Avenue, Building 100, Unit 4A, Palo Alto, CA 94304-1290 37.403608 -122.1418139 Human Services
- Disabled Parking
- Disabled Restroom
Fees:No fee for veterans. $250 per day for non-veterans. Checks accepted.
Audience:Veterans with terminal diagnosis
Eligibility:Honorably discharged veteran facing life-threatening illness given top priority (6 months or less prognosis)
How to Apply:For veterans, anyone may initiate referral but physician must verify terminal status. For non-veterans, anyone may initiate referral, but a community hospice must be involved.
Service Wait Estimate:Varies depending on bed availability.
- Alameda County
- Calaveras County
- Monterey County
- Northern California
- San Mateo County
- Santa Clara County
- Stanislaus County
- Tuolumne County