How can we offer no-cost services? The Department of Labor (DOE) pays for the medical care related to your covered conditions under the EEOICPA/RECA program. We employ licensed registered nurses, Home Health Aides/Personal Caregivers to provide in-home hospice care services based on your medical needs. We also provide bereavement support for the patient and for surviving family members for a full year. We are here to help you when you need us the most.
Nevada Hospice Care is pleased to announce that we are now proud medical providers to the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs!
Nevada Hospice Care is currently enrolled in the following Hospice Care Programs:
We offer a wide range of services to accommodate our patients specific needs. We can easily increase or decrease our care model as deemed necessary to fit any of our patients specific conditions.
Nevada Hospice Care has partnered with equipment providers that are dedicated to providing professional personalized services. With durable medical equipment, ensuring our patients needs are met leaving them comfortably in their own homes.
Nevada Hospice Care offers Case Managers to oversee your care team. The Case Managers’ primary job is to maintain patient health and function to it highest possible level. Your Case Manager is not only your coordinator but your highest advocate, ensuring effective communication, collaboration and health care between you, your family, your physicians, and any other providers that you may continuity see for care.
Our patients need not worry about going at this alone! Nevada Hospice Care has teamed up with a loyal service agency that specializes in assisting our patients with navigating the EEOICPA trenches. From questions to claims, obtaining ancillary medical benefits, filing for reimbursements from out of pocket expenses, and all other benefits available to you.
Even if you are not covered by EEOICPA or RECA you may still have access to the same benefits through another means. Learn More
We can refer you to a doctor whom may do a physical work up to determine if you have any illnesses associated with working for the Department of Energy. Learn More
Claimants must submit an in-depth record of employment history as well as a medical evidence of diagnosis in addition to official claim forms. Learn More
Unfortunately, it is not a permanent benefit. Approval for in home health care services is granted for up to six-month periods at a time and must be renewed. Learn More
The EEOICPA allows former and current employees of the DOE to receive benefits if they are now suffering from cancer after being exposed to carcinogens. Learn More