HCNU (Holistic) Hospice

Eileen Wood RN, MSN

HCNU Hospice follows the Holistic Model when caring for terminally-ill patients. This enables HCNU to provide all-inclusive care to assist in ensuring that each of our patient's needs as well as their family's are met by a team of compassionate and caring professionals.

True holistic healthcare is allopathic healthcare. Complementay therapies are used together with conventional medicine, as a whole, to meet the individual needs of each patient. Complementary therapies are offered upon patient request. Complementary therapies are non-invasive and integrated with the patient's individual conventional medicines, within the physician-directed patient's Hospice plan of care. Therapies offered are: massage, Reiki, Zone Therapy, essential oils, Acupressure, Music, Guided Imagery, Art Therapy, and prayer.

We focus on facilitating a peaceful, sacred, passing with comfort, dignity, respect, compassion, love, and integrity. We offer a high standard of Hospice care for all.

HCNU Hospice motto: Keeping the Journey Sacred.

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Service Area

Proudly serving Weber, Davis, Morgan, Summit, Box Elder, and Cache Counties.

Contact Us

Hospice Care of Northern Utah

Eileen Wood RN, MSN

Phone: (801) 689-3049

2721 N. Hwy 89 Suite 200
Ogden, UT 84404

Email: eileenw@hcnutah.com
Facebook: facebook.com/HCNU-Hospice

About Us

Eileen Wood, RN MSN is the owner/ Clinical Administrator for HCNU Hospice. SHe has been involved with Hospice as a volunteer since 1981. She has 26 years working as a Hospice RN case manager and administrator. She has a strong belief that there is no "death" but a transition to another place of awareness. Over the years, she has heard countless stories of how loved ones have interacted with those that have "died". HCNU Hospice's focus is keeping this journey at end-of-life sacred not sedated; and a celebration of a physical life lived.