Highest Quality Comfort Care and Pain Management

Including: medical, social, spiritual and bereavement support for terminally-ill patients and their families – regardless of their ability to pay.

Beginning December, 2008 Medicare and Medicaid required that all hospices have a Quality Assessment Performance Improvement (QAPI) program. Hospice of Eastern Idaho has been collaborating with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) since 2007 and has a pledge of commitment to be supportive and participate in the QAPI “Quality Partners” initiative. This commitment is a 360 degree surveillance of the entire hospice operation. There are 10 components that include initiatives that are both clinical and administrative.

By using QAPI, we will be able to demonstrate the high quality of care we are already providing. By collaborating with NHPCO, we will share, learn and challenge ourselves to explore best practices. We are excited to have a new tool to document our existing quality of care, and hope all other hospices will adopt this program.

Not all Hospice care is the same and while Medicare requires certified Hospices provide a basic level of care, quality and quantity of services vary significantly. We do free consultations and would be happy to meet with you to discuss our Hospice program, the admission process, Hospice benefits available through Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance, or any other questions you may have about our top level Hospice care services. Visit our contact page or submit a contact form below.
Counties: Bonneville, Bingham, Jefferson, Madison, Fremont and Teton
Cities: Idaho Falls, Rexburg, Blackfoot, Driggs, Rigby, Ririe, St. Anthony, Ashton, Mud Lake and surrounding cities.

Terminal cancer, diseases such as heart failure, kidney failure, liver failure, stroke/CVA, dementia or Alzheimer’s, Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson’s, AIDS/HIV, etc. Others may qualify as Hospice appropriate conditions as well. We will work with your physician to determine a Hospice appropriate diagnosis.

Although initial Hospice benefits are for 6 months of coverage, the time may extend in 60 day increments as long as the person continues to meet the medical criteria.

For further inquiries, please submit the contact form below and we will respond as timely as possible.
Our Address:
1810 Moran Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
We provide Hospice care in patient’s homes, assisted living centers or skilled nursing facilities.

Free Consultations


Heartstone is a group for grieving children and adolescents. The Heartstone program allows kids to process the grief/death experience through creative crafts.

This program runs September – May

Preregistration Required
Call 208.529.0342 to register.

Parents stay in the building and meet and share in a different area while the kids are having their program.