COVID-19 Update

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Treasure Coast Hospice continues to monitor the evolving situation with COVID-19.   We’ve created this page to keep you updated on the precautions we’re taking to protect the safety of all those we serve. Our team remains committed to providing quality end-of-life care to our patients and families. 

This page will be updated as new information becomes available.

Coronavirus Documents

Attention

April 6, 2020

To protect the health and safety of our patients, families and staff, the following precautions are in place at our Inpatient Units (IPUs):
 *Family members are limited to two visitors at a time; visitors are required to stay in the patient’s room.
 *No children younger than 12.
 *All visitors must wear a mask. 

Attention
March 31, 2020


To meet the needs of our community, Treasure Coast Hospice’s Grief Support Team is now offering counseling sessions over the phone and through video conferencing. Current Grief Support clients should speak with their counselor to decide which format to use when scheduling sessions. 

If you have experienced the loss of a loved one and wish to begin new Grief Support services, we are here for you. Please call us at 772-403-4530 or use our Contact Form to submit your request to speak with a member of our team. After an initial phone assessment, our counselors will work with you to schedule grief support services by phone or video conferencing.  

Attention

March 23, 2020

The Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation has postponed its Tea Time Derby Time event scheduled for April 26.  The event has been rescheduled for Sunday, November 15, 2020 at the Pelican Yacht Club.  Please contact our Foundation at foundationinfo@treasurehealth.org or 772-403-4500 if you have any questions.

Attention
March 20, 2020


Thrift Stores - Beginning today at noon, our Stuart and Port St. Lucie Thrift Stores will temporarily close for public health safety measures. We will be unable to pick up donations during this time. Thank you for you patience and understanding.


Attention
March 19, 2020

Effective today, and in accordance with state and local health officials, all visitors to our Inpatient Units (IPUs) will continue to be screened for symptoms of COVID-19. 

Attention

March 18, 2020

The health and safety of our patients, families, volunteers and staff is our highest priority.  In adherence to the CDC’s guidelines to practice Social Distancing, our Grief Support Team will offer individual counseling sessions over the phone. Current Grief Support clients should speak with their counselor to schedule sessions.  

For those who are experiencing the loss of a loved one and wish to begin new Grief Support services at this time, Treasure Coast Hospice is here for you.  Please call us at 772-403-4530 or use our Contact Form to submit your request to speak with a member of our team.  After an initial phone assessment, our counselors will work with you to schedule grief support services by phone. 

We remain committed to supporting our community through this difficult time.

Attention

March 18, 2020 

To help reduce the widespread transmission of the virus in our community, the CDC recommends that we practice Social Distancing:  
Maintain a distance of 6 feet or more from others
• No more than 10 people gathered in a group at one time

March 13, 2020 

To minimize the risk of exposure and spread of the virus, Treasure Coast Hospice has revised its visitation policies. Effective immediately, all visitors to our Inpatient Units (IPUs) and Administrative Offices will be screened for signs/symptoms of COVID-19 prior to entry.    

Attention

March 11, 2020

Treasure Coast Hospice continues to monitor the situation with COVID-19, working closely with local and state public health partners to ensure our organization is prepared to respond should the virus impact our area.

Due to concerns about the virus and out of an abundance of caution, our Leadership Team has made the difficult decision to postpone Camp Good Grief. We will contact participants/volunteers and update our website with new details after the program is rescheduled.

The health and well-being of our patients, families, staff, volunteers and community is our highest priority. Remember, to reduce your exposure to this virus and others during flu season, please follow CDC guidelines.