Our Lady of Peace continues our mission to care for those in need for Hospice and Home Health Care at the end-of-life. We want our patients and families to know that we are committed to providing gentle, loving care in the safest environment possible.
A Note from OLP
Our Lady of Peace continues our mission to care for those in need for Hospice and Home Health Care at the end-of-life. We realize that families want to be with their loved ones at the end-of-life, and that their loved ones may be most at risk for complications from this virus. We continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).
Our Community Hospice & Home Health Care teams provide their own PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) when visiting patients in their homes, assisted living, skilled nursing facilities and group homes. Our priority is the safety of our patients, their families and our staff during this pandemic.
Additionally, our Hospice Residence has updated our visitor policy and admissions process during this time. Currently we do not have any COVID-19 patients in our Residential Hospice.
— Glasses, hearing aids, and dentures
— Cell phones
— Laptops, tablets, or notebooks (must remain on premises)
— 2 framed pictures that can be easily wiped down
— 3 or fewer outfits in a plastic bag (clothing will be laundered on-site and brought to the room). If a patient is bed-bound, no clothing should be sent.
All items brought in to Our Lady of Peace Hospice Residence will be wiped down with alcohol wipes and clothing laundered immediately. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Please contact us if you have any questions
Hospice Residence: 651-789-5031
Community Hospice & Home Health Care: 651-789-5030