331 Melrose Drive
Suite 230
Richardson, Texas 75080

Executive Director
Melissa Mansell

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Dallas’s Trusted Hospice Care

During hospice care, a skilled team of nurses, therapists, social workers, clergy, and volunteers work together to bring peace and comfort to each patient and their family when facing the end of life. Pain management, chaplain services, counseling, and medical equipment management are some of the needs that are met through hospice care. Physician-directed care tailored to each patient’s individual needs and preferences lets your loved one spend those final days, weeks, or months at home or in another familiar setting surrounded by the love and support of family and friends.

What We Offer

Three Oaks Hospice develops an individualized care plan for each patient and their family. We provide the following services in the Dallas area:

  • Medical equipment & supplies
  • Related medications
  • Pain management and symptom control
  • Physician directed services
  • Nursing care
  • Chaplain services
  • Social work and counseling services
  • Volunteer support
  • Bereavement support
  • Other therapies as needed

The Hospice Care Team

Hospice care is a team effort, and Three Oaks Hospice Dallas works with the family and primary caregivers to ensure the patient receives the best care possible. Because hospice care is tailored specifically to the individual, your care team might include:

Palliative Care in Dallas

The palliative care team at Three Oaks Hospice is committed to making every moment count for our patients and their families in Dallas, TX. We take a person-centered approach, encouraging open communication between our staff, physicians and the family members of those we serve. Our palliative care services consist of symptom management as well as emotional, spiritual and practical support for those who are struggling with a life-limiting illness.

Our goal is not only to improve the quality of life for those living with a terminal disease but also their caregivers. We want to provide whatever assistance is needed to make the journey through palliative care as comfortable as possible.