Amazing Grace Hospice

Managing life's journey with dignity and compassion

The Joint Commission seal of National Quality Approval

The Joint Commission Seal of Approval

Amazing Grace Hospice™ has received accreditation by the Joint Commission, which is recognized nationally as the Gold Seal of Approval in Healthcare.

Quick Information Guide

  • Accreditations & Licenses

    Amazing Grace Hospice is a member of all of the following:

    Our most recent survey was conducted in June 2015 for Joint Accreditation, and we are licensed by the state through the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services.

  • Hospitals

    In addition to providing in-home care, we also contract with every major hospital and long-term care provider within our coverage areas, which include Austin County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, Colorado County, Harris County, and Waller County.

  • Medicare and Medicaid

    Hospice is paid for through the Medicare Hospice Benefit, Medicaid Hospice Benefit and most private insurers, with Medicare being the primary payer for nearly two-thirds of patients. If a terminally ill individual is a Medicare beneficiary, hospice is a covered benefit under Part A.  All other Medicare services continue under Parts A & B, including those of the person’s attending physician. Hospice payments do not interfere with any other Medicare payments for other illnesses, diseases or care.

    If a person does not have coverage through Medicare, Medicaid or a private insurance company, hospice will work with the person and their family to ensure needed services can be provided.

  • Availability and Admissions

    We are always available to assist patients and begin treatment as needed, with no restrictions or limitations. If you are ready to begin the admission process, please have your doctor send us a physician’s referral, or contact us so that we can make sure your physician agrees hospice is an appropriate option for the patient.

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Have you or a loved one...

  • Been hospitalized or in the emergency room several times in the past 6 months?
  • Made frequent phone calls or visits to your physician?
  • Started taking more medication to relieve physical pain?
  • Experienced an increase in weakness or fatigue?
  • Become more dependent on others for day-to-day activities?
  • Noticed a shortness of breath even when at rest?
  • Been informed by your physician that life expectancy is less than six months?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you should ask your physician about hospice care, or contact us for more information.

We look forward to assisting you.