Hospice Care for Seniors in Nassau County, Port Washington

Making every day count.

When a loved one is diagnosed as having a terminal condition, it’s not unusual for family members to feel fear, anxiety and even loss of hope. In reality, hospice services here at The Tuttle Center can be a tremendous source of comfort, while maximizing quality of life during one’s remaining days. We develop a care plan to meet the personal goals of each individual and his or her family.

Our hospice team remains on duty 24/7, providing palliative care so your loved one’s remaining time may be spent in peace and dignity. We also provide support and education to family members and caregivers to help them understand what is happening at any particular point in time, and what to expect moving forward. Together, we work through the emotional, social and spiritual matters in their lives, to prepare for the changes that lie ahead.

Covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance companies, the hospice benefit at The Amsterdam includes all medications, medical equipment and services required to treat the terminal diagnosis:

  • Physician services
  • Nursing
  • Emotional support and counseling
  • Spiritual care
  • Nutritional counseling

Our comfortable, private hospice suites include:

  • Homelike décor
  • Parlors for family respite
  • Sleep-in accommodations
  • Unlimited visitation

Contact Us for Hospice Care in Nassau County

Contact us for details, or call 516.472.6688 to schedule a private tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s the model for quality, compassionate care for people facing a life-limiting illness with a prognosis of six months or less. It’s a team-oriented approach to expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support tailored to the person’s needs and wishes.

This is a medical specialty that focuses on the relief of pain, stress and other debilitating symptoms of serious illness. The goal is to relieve suffering and provide the best possible quality of life for patients and their families.