(SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS – July 14th, 2020) — Transitions Hospice has been approved to begin caring for patients in the greater Springfield, Illinois area. This includes downtown Springfield, Jacksonville, Sherman, Petersburg, and other surrounding cities. The addition extends Transitions’ services further into southern Illinois, adding to the 38 counties in the Chicagoland, Central Illinois, and Indianapolis regions in which they currently operate.
Transitions offers the highest level of hospice and palliative care. Since its inception in 2007, Transitions has continued to grow with a patient-centered mindset. Each patient receives a customized care plan and a dedicated team of caregivers, including nurses and social workers who are available 24 hours a day. As founder and CEO Jim Palazzo puts it, “At Transitions, we are truly dedicated to the patient. We’re committed to 24/7 care wherever our patients are most comfortable, and I believe our rapid growth is a reflection of the dedication that our teams bring to each patient they serve.” In regards to the opening, Palazzo added that he is “excited to show our passion for hospice to Springfield and continue to make a difference in not only our patients’ lives, but the lives of their families as well.”
Patients and their families can inquire about hospice or palliative care in the Springfield area right now by visiting transitionshospice.com. If you would like more information about Transitions Hospice and other companies contained within Transitions Group, please contact James Dale, Social Media Manager, at 630-470-8403 or via email at email@example.com.
About Transitions Hospice:
Transitions Hospice was founded in 2007 by owner and founder Jim Palazzo under the Transitions Group conglomerate. Jim’s mission and vision was to create a comprehensive line of services that could care for chronically and terminally ill people in their homes. Today, the mission of Transitions Hospice is to maximize patients’ comfort and quality of life during the time they have remaining. They specialize in supporting individuals and families who are facing the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual challenges confronted when dealing with terminal illness.