Circle of Life Hospice, Inc.
1575 Delucchi Ln Ste 214, Reno, NV 89502
Primary Phone: (775) 824-3860
Phone: (775) 824-3860
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The nurses were wonderful with my Mother Matilda. She passed on May 6th 2015. I greatly have disappointment with this hospice, her last final 2 days. Medication was to be issued for her pain and discomfort. The meds never happened and everyone blams the other about it. JUST PATHETIC.
The director of Circle of Life called me and told me that she would look into why the meds came 2 hours after my Mothers death. A lot of good that did!! Furthermore, she told me she would get back with me within a few days with some answers, NEVER HAPPENED. This outfit should be ashamed of themselves to leave my Wife and I hanging on without answers. What really bothers us as well, is that this so called director gal from Circle of Life seemed upset about what happened, must have been a front and shes a great actress. Just imagine your Mother in her last few days uncomfortable because no one had the common sense to see what was going on. She might have even been able to pass peacefully in her sleep, not looking wide awake but passed as I saw her. I will never forget or forgive this organization for such a neglectful way of taking care of my Mom at the end of her life. The only reason I gave 1 star was the nurses were there for her in the past. Because of this I highly DO NOT recommend this hospice. R.Kaufman
09/16/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Circle of Life Hospice took care of my mother when she was dying. My family had no idea what to expect or how to take care of her but the staff members guided us through the process every step of the way. The kindness and caring they showed her and our family is greatly appreciated. I would highly recommend them to anyone in need of hospice services. Bless you Circle of Life Hospice!
06/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I tried to contact Circle of Life Hospice when trying to get care for my grandmother. I have never talked to a rmore inconciderate lady in my life. You would think going through such a taumatic experience as it is they would have some sort of sympathy, boy was I wrong. The lady I spoke with had the biggest attitude ever. She was very hostile with me and would never be someone I would allow to help in the final moments of care for my grandmother, and I would hope that others would not either.