Resources & Services
This listing will be expanded as the Westchester End-of-Life Coalition gathers additional information from service providers. If you are an organization or agency offering end-of-life services in Westchester or adjacent areas and would like to be listed on the Westchester End-of-Life Coalition website, please e-mail your request for consideration to email@example.com
The Westchester End-of-Life Coalition does its best to only list reputable services but does not take responsibility for any of the services delivered by those on this list.
For a list of hospitals with palliative care services in Lower Westchester, Mid Westchester, Northern Westchester, and a listing of Westchester Hospices, and Case Management Supportive Services click the PDF link:
Palliative Care Programs
For a list of hospitals with palliative care services in Lower Westchester, Mid Westchester, Northern Westchester, and a listing of Westchester Hospices, and Case Management Supportive Services click the PDF link below:
|WELC, UJA Federation of NY, and WJCS
PALLIATIVE CARE: NEW LAWS AND SYSTEMS OF CARE
PROFESSOR OF NEUROLOGY AND ANESTHESIOLOGY
CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER
Friday, September 23rd, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
WESTMED Medical Group
A light breakfast will be provided to all attendees. For more information please
BPK Request Form for the Be Prepared Kit™
Can you and the people close to you easily locate your important personal papers and information in case of a temporary emergency or a serious illness?
Have you or a loved one ever been in the hospital in critical condition and you have needed to locate important medical records?
Are you concerned that your family can find your financial information in case you are incapacitated, and that they know …READ MORE…
Everybody Needs a Proxy is a community-based campaign initiated and organized by the Westchester End-of-Life Coalition to promote the signing of Health Care Proxies in Westchester. The campaign is directed at community, educational and civic organizations, as well as businesses and individuals. …READ MORE…
The source for the information below is the New York State Department of Health page.
The New York Health Care Proxy Law allows you to appoint someone you trust – for example, a family member or close friend – to make health care decisions for you if you lose the ability to make decisions yourself. By appointing a health care agent, you can make sure that health care providers follow your wishes. Your agent can also decide how your wishes apply as your medical condition changes. Hospitals, doctors and other health care providers must follow your agent’s decisions as if they were your own. You may give the person you select as your health care agent as little or as much authority as you want. You may allow your agent to make all health care decisions or only certain ones. You may also give your agent instructions that he or she has to follow. This form can also be used to document your wishes or …READ MORE…
Calvary Hospital Hospice
1740 Eastchester Road
Bronx, NY 10461