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Onoria Hospice Care, sister company of Cinta Hospice is Medicare and Medi-Cal Certified. We service patients in Orange County, Riverside and San Bernardino County.
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Mission Statement:


Onoria Hospice Care is committed to enhance quality of life by managing symptoms of people facing a life limiting illness or injury while promoting their physical, emotional and spiritual well being. Our goal is to ease the emotional burdens of their loved ones throughout the entire journey with consistent quality care, attentiveness and compassion.

When to begin Hospice Care


Hospice care is more beneficial when it is provided for months, rather than weeks or days. It will be advantageous to initiate care as soon as it is appropriate, so that when you need additional support in order to remain comfortably at home, you'll be ready to make the transition into hospice and receive the full range of available benefits.

Hospice Indicators


Your physician can help determine when the time is right, but these are some symptoms to watch for:

Services Covered Under Onoria Hospice:


Physician Services are provided for the medical direction of the patient's care.

Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses that visit their patients routinely to monitor their condition and to provide medical assistance, medical coordination, instructions and support.

Hospice Aides provide assistance in activities of daily living (including personal hygiene and grooming, dressing, ambulation, bathing, etc.) and light housekeeping.

Medical Equipment & Supplies (i.e hospital beds, oxygen, wheelchair, walker, adult diapers, catheters)

Medications related to hospice diagnosis and necessary for managing associated symptoms.

Nutrition Counselors to assist patient with dietary needs or concerns.

Social Services Social Workers counsel patients, families, and caregivers to assess and coordinate needs with other community resources and to assist with financial concerns. Social Workers can also assist with funeral arrangements.

Volunteers can provide fellowship, company, and support for patients and respite for caregivers.

Bereavement Counselors to provide emotional, psychological and spiritual support for grief and loss.

  • Repeat trips to the emergency room or hospital admissions

  • Unrelieved pain

  • Frequent infections

  • Weight loss

  • Difficulty swallowing

  • Decreased mobility

  • Nausea / Vomiting

  • Shortness of breath / Oxygen dependence

  • Burden of treatment outweighs benefits

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