Comfortable Care at Home

Inpatient Care Centers are designed to be a home away from home.

At an OpusCare Inpatient Facility, we take an individualized approach to every patient we care for. The OpusCare team is available to support our patients and their loved ones through difficult times. Our other services include palliative care services, caregiver support and bereavement programs.

Our inpatient units in Florida and Georgia each have an outstanding staff specifically trained to provide care for some of the most fragile patients. Physicians make daily rounds, nurses provide care, and integrated staff members—from social workers to chaplains to bereavement counselors—see assigned patients and caregivers. In addition, OpusCsre staff gets to know loved ones and makes sure to take the time to talk with the patient, visit with the family and answer questions. As a result, they enhance quality of life for patients and families. Day and night, family members and friends of all ages are welcome, and arrangements may be made for overnight stays.

OpusCare Inpatient Facilities serves residents from Miami-Dade County and Macon and Conyers, Georgia counties and their surrounding regions.

We offer a variety of Care and Services

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with serious illness, you can rely on the compassionate professionals at OpusCare. Day and night, family members and friends of all ages are welcome, and arrangements may be made for overnight stays.

The inpatient hospice care team:

  • Evaluates symptoms

  • Provides advanced symptom management

  • Maintains around-the-clock care and regular visits

OpusCare’s Inpatient Facilities offers two levels of care as defined by the Medicare hospice benefit:

General inpatient care

General inpatient care is introduced when symptoms or pain associated with a patient’s diagnosis cannot be managed in the homecare setting, and the patient or patient caregiver does not wish to receive continuous care at home. OpusCare can provide a higher level of specialized care in an inpatient setting until those symptoms are controlled per Medicare guidelines. General Inpatient Care may be provided in a variety of locations, such as an OpusCare inpatient hospice unit or a partnered inpatient care setting, such as a hospital or nursing home.

Respite care

If needed, OpusCare can provide care for you or your loved one in an inpatient setting for up to five consecutive days to give your caregiver or family members a needed “respite” or break from the demands of caring for a seriously ill loved one.

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Our Inpatient Hospice Units are unique and beautiful spaces where we can bring our patients for symptom management or respite care. This level of care may be utilized when a hospice patient requires more advanced medical interventions than cannot be successfully provided at home.

Staff at our call center are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. It’s important that our patients and their caregiver can always get in touch with a team member right away. Our registered nurses and customer service representatives are always available to provide clinical advice or emotional support, put caregivers in touch with a member of their local care team, schedule a visit, or answer any question about a care schedule. Our call center staff have access to the same electronic medical record that all our hospice team members use. This allows them to look at the patient’s medication list and the notes that a care team member has entered after visiting a patient in person. Our representatives can provide up–to–date and immediate assistance over the phone.

Our Inpatient Facilities

A South Florida First

OpusCare of South Florida’s Inpatient Facility is Miami-Dade County’s first free standing in-patient hospice care facility. This facility allows us to continue our mission of providing the highest quality compassionate care at an even greater scale. OpusCare’s Inpatient facility features 13 private suites with private bathrooms for patients and their families, a meditation garden, a multi-denominational chapel, an education center, a family gathering space, and a centralized nurse station in the middle of the patient rooms for excellent supervision. Dedicated areas are used for counseling, spiritual, and bereavement services.

Our team consists of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, certified nursing assistants, bereavement counselors, social workers, chaplains and maintenance and cleaning staff. At the forefront of this facility is a focus on providing patients with the best end-of-life care available. The team has received hospice-specific training to provide innovative solutions and care plans for treating the terminally ill.

Visitor information

At OpusCare, we want you to feel at home, we are honored to be a part of your family during this difficult time. We strive to provide each patient and family with the highest level of compassion and care. All our efforts need to be focused on your loved one's care. With this in mind, we ask that everyone abide by the following rules to ensure every patient and family receive the privacy and respect they deserve as well as to provide a continuous safe environment for all.

Our 24/7 open visitation policy was designed to maintain unlimited access to your loved one during this difficult time. All ages are welcome. While we encourage children to visit with family, we must always be considerate and respect the facility with an adult present. We cannot be responsible for your children.

Common area facilities are available for your use. Please feel free to ask for assistance from our staff. Children are welcome to use our children's area, dining and living areas. Due to safety reasons, please do not allow your children in the kitchen/breakroom area without an adult present. An adult must always accompany children. We ask that you please clean-up after yourselves.

Pet visitation will be considered on a case-by-case basis and requires authorization

Smoking area is available at back patio.

Front entrance will be utilized between 8:00am-8:00pm, please use the intercom and a staff member will let you in.

Facility Features

  • 13 Private Suites
  • State-of-the-Art Technology
  • 24 Hour Nursing Care
  • Pharmacy in House
  • Daily Physician visits
  • Centralized Nurses Station
  • Multi-denominational Chapel
  • Meditation Garden
  • Education Center
  • Family Gathering Space
  • Spiritual Support
  • Bereavement Counseling
  • Volunteer Support

About OpusCare of Georgia Inpatient Facilities

OpusCare of Georgia’s Macon and Conyers Inpatient Facilities provides their communities the best end-of-life care available. Each facility features 12 private suites with full bathrooms for patients and their families, along with a family gathering space and a pharmacy in house. Additional services include bereavement counseling, spiritual support, and volunteer support.

Our team consist of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, certified nursing assistants, bereavement counselors, social workers, chaplains and maintenance and cleaning staff. Our services include care for the entire family. Care is available 24 hours per day, every day of the year. We assist with caregiving and everyday responsibilities needed for patient care. At the forefront of each facility is a focus on providing patients with the best end-of-life care available. The team has received hospice-specific training to provide innovative solutions and care plans for treating the terminally ill.

Macon and Conyers visitation hours: 

Macon: 9AM - 7PM
Conyers: 9AM - 9PM

Facilities Features

  • Conyers facility has 12 Private Suites
  • Macon facility has 13 Private Suites
  • 24 Hour Nursing Care
  • Daily Physician visits
  • Pharmacy in House
  • Family Gathering Space
  • Spiritual Support
  • Bereavement Counseling
  • Supportive Education
  • Volunteer Support
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