We’re everywhere compassion and comfort need to be.
Hope Hospice is located in Sun City, CA and has been serving Southwest Riverside County since 2007. We provide a full spectrum of physical, emotional, social, psychological and spiritual support for those with life-limiting illness and their families. Our proximity to all the areas we serve allows for an immediate response time to all service needs and requests that is unequaled in the industry.
Our experienced medical staff includes Medical Director, Dr. Nizar Salek and Associate Medical Directors, Dr Pranav Barve and Dr Vinh Vu.
Dr Nizar Salek, is an Internal Medicine specialist and hospitalist, he brings 28 years of experience in the medical field to Hope.
Dr Vinh Vu, is an Internal Medicine and Pediatrics specialist with 26 years of experience. He is a hospitalist with Tri Valley Medical Group.Dr Pranav Barve, is an Internal Medicine specialist with more than 12 years of experience in the medical field. He affiliates with many hospitals including Hemet Valley Medical Center, and Southwest Healthcare Systems.
All three Physicians bring hospice experience and a passion for caring for our patients to the organization.
Our organization was awarded a deficiency free survey from the California Department of Public Health which demonstrates the competency of the individuals serving the community through Hope Hospice and their quality of care.
As we grow, we continue to develop educational programs and activities to increase public awareness with regards to hospice and other end-of-life care issues. We support and participate actively in building community coalitions and partnerships for improving the delivery of hospice care services to the communities we serve… from one neighborhood to the next… one family, one friend, one patient at a time.
Our MissionAdding life into days when days can no longer be added to life.
Our mission is to ensure that everyone knows their end-of-life care options and to improve care for all patients at the end of their lives. We are here to bring hope, conquer fears and touch peoples’ lives. We recognize that death is a part of the normal process of life. To this end, we believe that through appropriate care, education and the presence of a supportive team sensitive to the needs of individuals facing life-limiting illnesses; patients and their families may obtain and experience physical, mental, social and spiritual preparation for and at the end of life.