Our community’s trusted nonprofit hospice since 1981, proudly serving families in Kootenai, Shoshone and Benewah Counties.

SUPPORT FOR YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH CAREGIVING, CHRONIC ILLNESS, HOSPICE COMFORT AND GRIEF.

(208) 772-7994

PATIENT & FAMILY CARE

PALLIATIVE CARE

Even while seeking treatment, gain insight into your advanced care planning with Palliative Care. Set goals, make priorities, communicate your needs, and make informed decisions.  Offered in the Coeur d’Alene region.

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IN-HOME, HOSPICE CARE

Wherever You Call “Home”

Develop a unique plan meeting personal goals and wishes. Whether in a residence or skilled nursing facility, our staff offers holistic support for patients, families, and caregivers along the journey. Choose from any of our specialty-care and volunteer services.

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SCHNEIDMILLER HOUSE

The Schneidmiller House is a place of comfort care when with 24-hour nursing support is needed, and where families experience a peaceful home-like setting as an alternative to a hospital setting.

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RESPITE CARE
AT THE SCHNEIDMILLER HOUSE

Family caregivers find added support for their efforts with respite care. Ask your Hospice nurse about short-term care at the Schneidmiller House.

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SUPPORTIVE CARE

OUR MISSION

With open hearts and expertise, we serve the seriously ill and those touched by loss.

OUR VISION

Together, we create a community where all people can live fully and die with dignity.

CORE VALUES

We provide compassionate and collaborative care believing that every individual deserves expert care, dignity, respect, and comfort at the end of their life.

WHEN IS IT TIME?

Ask if Hospice can help when your loved one:

  • visited the ER/hospital several times in the last 6 months.
  • steadily lost weight over the past year.
  • is unable to feed, bathe and clothe themselves.
  • increased medication to ease pain.
  • is diagnosed with one or multiple serious illnesses.
  • has questions about being able to stay home and remain comfortable.
  • wonders about stopping treatments and aims for quality of life.

Families who called earlier about their concerns say they had more time to have a peaceful goodbye and maintain a supportive quality of life. We encourage families to discuss options, find support, and plan for smooth transitions.

QUESTIONS ABOUT ENROLLMENT?
TALK TO AN EXPERT.

(208) 772-7994

WHY HOSPICE OF NORTH IDAHO?

As the most experienced hospice in North Idaho, our Hospice team supports you and your family each step of the way.

  • Receive more individualized clinical care with the largest available hospice staff in our area.

    Over 100 skilled employees include two Board Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Physicians, nearly 50 Nurses, 20 Hospice Aides, and 8 Social Workers. We provide 24-hour care every day of the year.

  • Come into our care easily, knowing that the full extent of services is offered to each person regardless of their ability to pay.

    We are 100% community-owned. Our community strongly supports our extra level of quality care.

  • Be reassured by choosing comfort care that meets your goals.

    Comprehensive care includes emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of the family caregiver and loved one.  ‘Family’ is whomever you consider them to be.

  • Our Promise: we comply with applicable Federal civil rights laws and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, spiritual/religious choice, or sex.