Ziba Hospice is a small, but rapidly growing family-oriented hospice agency currently located in Lakewood, California, and was founded in 2008 in Torrance. We serve a large portion of the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan area, including the West Side, South Bay, Long Beach, and parts of Orange County. We strive to provide the best quality care for our patients and their families.
- • To provide individualized and compassionate care for people in the last phases of a life-limiting illness, with an emphasis on comfort and dignity.
- • To extend the highest level of courtesy, respect, and quality care to people who are dying and their families, and to meet their unique needs and wishes.
• To respond to the needs of our communities and be recognized as the expert in delivering individualized care and support services to patients and families during life limiting illness, grief, and bereavement.
- • Respect
- • Compassion
- • Commitment
- • Integrity
- • Excellence
Those We Care For
Most of the cases we handle are of patients who have been diagnosed with chronic illnesses and diseases that shorten living years. Apart from the support and care we give to the patient, we extend it to the family members too.
Any way you look at it, family members and close friends will be affected by a loved one experiencing terminal illness or chronic health conditions. For one thing, the patient will need to make serious lifestyle changes. With such developments, those who are close to the patient will need to indirectly adjust theirs one way or another.
Our care staff is fully aware of the rippling effects of a disease and so we provide the appropriate care, support and counseling to those who are concerned. We also educate the patient and the family members of what to expect from the disease and how best to handle any complications.
Pursuant to Title of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and their implementing regulations, Ziba Hospice LLC does not discriminate in provision of services and employment because of race, color, national origin, disability or age.