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Overall Rating 4.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Justin Barber
    ★★★★★ 9 months ago

    I recently had major surgery on my leg, and needed to start physical therapy within a few days out of the hospital. I am unable to bear weight for 6 weeks, and I was unable to get out of the house. Im so glad I called Visiting Nurses. My nurse Larry, Occupational Therapist Steve, and Physical Therapist Jim, are all amazing, professional, and personable. I would highly recommend using this organization. I am now ahead on my recovery, and in a few weeks I will be going to outpatient therapy. Being stuck at home, I have looked forward to the visits, and it will be missed. Thank you guys for everything, and Merry Christmas to you and your families.

  • Kathleen Haggerty
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My mom entered hospice home care after being diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer. She was in a lot of pain and the nurses worked diligently to get her pain under control. As a result, she was able to go to church again and interact with her friends and go out dinner with my dad. The hospice team gave my mom and family some amazing memories. She was with the Blue Water Hospice team for 6 months before she passed and we cannot thank them enough for the care, compassion and dignity they gave my mom in her last days. I would recommend this hospice to anyone that is dealing with a terminal diagnosis of their loved one. The whole team wraps you in kindness. It's been four months since her death and they are still connecting with us to offer support.

  • Tina Fraley
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    My family could not have been happier with the end of life care my Grandfather received while in the care of the wonderful staff of Blue Water Hospice. His last days were spent at the Hospice home in Marysville and the care of the staff was comforting for him as well as all of us. Thank you for allowing our loved one to have a dignified exit from this life.

  • Me me Me
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I recommend going to another hospice...hospice is supposed to provide end-of-life care and support for the dying and their families, well my father did not get this....he suffered for over 8 hrs waiting for someone to finally show up to give him medications to help him with pain and suffering (morphine & ativan)....we started calling blue water hospice at 6:30 am until late afternoon and they kept telling us that a nurse is on the way...after numerous calls asking for help for my father they finally turned up but by then it was too late, he had already fallen into a coma ....our father did not deserve passing from this life they way that he did (gasping for breath & crying in pain and begging us to help him)... We are not against hospice care in fact while our father was under the care of blue water hospice our mother had been under the care of another hospice Together Hospice Care for a little over year until her passing last week and she received the wonderful care that hospice usually provides, our mother passed away peacefully and pain free...our family will never get over the horror of watching the way our father died due to Blue Water Hospices neglect and so I would really think before using Blue Water for your loved family member.. RIP John S Kwiatkowski




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