4701 Mount Hope Drive, Suite B
Baltimore, MD 21215

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P-B Hospice

Jackie Bailey, RN, BSN, MBA, CEO of P-B Health Home Care Agency continues the “Vision”.  In 2016 she embarked on a desire to add Hospice Services to the 27 years serving communities with Home Health Care. Her vision thru hard work, a committed team, and tireless dedication became a reality. As P-B Health reached its 30 year Anniversary of committed dedication to providing Quality Home Health Services; P-B Health became the first minority owned Hospice Agency, March 2019, in the State. P-B Health Hospice will service Baltimore City and Prince Georges County educating, training, and delivering Hospice Care inspired by our mission and vision providing unwavering care throughout these communities.

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P-B Health Hospice was established in 2019 to meet the spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional needs of incurable patients as well as supporting his or her loved ones needs. P-B Health will support these needs with our Hospice team under the direction of Maryland State Board Licensed and Certified clinicians by providing the following services: Skilled Nursing services through Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses, personal care and homemaker services through Hospice Aides, and therapeutic care services through Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy staff. P-B Health will also provide Dietary, Counseling, Volunteer support, and Bereavement services. These services will be provided in cooperation with community programs aimed to educate patients on the positive benefits of receiving hospice care in the home versus languishing in the hospital at the end of life.

Hospice care means

  • Insuring the patient is safe and comfortable in the privacy of their home.

  • Care by compassionate and experienced medical professions and clinicians.

  • Pain management control

  • Social and spiritual intervention

  • Excellent communications between the patient, his or her family, care provider, and or volunteer

  • Educating a multicultural population about the benefits of hospice care

Our Goal

  • To help the patient live as fully as possible, conscious and free of pain, and in comfort.

  • To support the family as a unit of care.

  • To keep the patient at home as long as appropriate

  • To educate health professionals as well as lay people, to supplement, not duplicate, existing services;

  • And to keep cost down, the concept of remaining home is the ideal Hospice approach. Our target at P-B Health is to expand our services to include patient population in Baltimore City, Maryland. This patient population will comprise of persons with terminal illness and disease diagnosis including individuals of lower income and disabilities.