WHERE PROFESSIONALS AND VOLUNTEERS UNITE TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY
Providing compassionate Hospice Service in a professional and ethical manner, earning the complete respect and trust of our patients, their families and the communities we serve.
Counties we serve: Custer County, Lemhi County, Bonneville County, Bingham County, and Bannok County.
Contact Us Anytime, 7 days a Week
Salmon, ID 83467
Regular Office Hours:
Sat & Sun: Closed
Outside office hours, you may reach out through call anytime 24/7
Wife and husband, Cindy Clark RN, MBA and Bill Clark, Chaplain, established Salmon Valley Hospice because of their shared love of helping others. Their hope is to help provide an enriching human experience at the end of life with dignity and respect for all.
To educate and demonstrate to the communities we serve that the end of life can be a valuable and enriching human experience. We believe in dignity and respect for all. We believe that the quality of someone’s life is more important than its length. We believe in always acting with the highest level of legal, ethical, and moral behavior. We believe that uniting the professional interdisciplinary hospice team, including volunteers with the community, we will be achieving excellence in hospice care.
Salmon Valley Hospice is committed to a culture of communication, customer service, professionalism, teamwork, accountability, and passion. Incorporating these principles into our employment will assist in providing exceptional client care and promoting an optimal working environment.
Salmon Valley Hospice is a licensed hospice provider in the State of Idaho and is in the process of becoming certified with Medicare and Medicaid. We follow all of the applicable state and federal rules and regulations including the confidentiality required by HIPAA. We also desire to work with commercial insurance companies as we continue to grow.
We offer hospice services to all qualified clients without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, handicap condition, or age. Incompliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975. Other agency guidelines prohibit discrimination on the basis of creed, sex, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, and ancestry.
What We Do
We believe in providing compassionate service, earning the complete respect and trust of our patients, their families and the communities we serve.
Our service includes assistance with pain relief, emotional support, social services through home visits with 24-hour nursing staffs available to provide additional comfort during difficult times.
Our home health care aides are trained to provide hands-on assistance with activities of daily living, or ADLs. We help individuals who live at home to achieve and maintain their highest level of self-care.
PERSONAL CARE SERVICES
Personal care services are hands-on assistance with critical day-to-day activities that an individual is unable to perform on their own. These services, known as Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) or Instrumental Activities of Daily Life (IADLs), are sufficient to allow a person to remain in their own home rather than move to assisted living or a nursing home.
Hours of Care
Years of Experience
WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US
Salmon, ID 83467
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(208) 993 8050