AllPeace Care Hospice: 310-956-1240 

Fax: 310-956-1241

20710 Manhattan Place #132, Torrance, Ca 90501 

We Bring Peace, Comfort, & Dignity to every Patient & their Loved Ones

What is the philosophy of hospice?

Hospice care provides compassionate care for people whom are simply aging or in the last phases of incurable disease so they may live as fully and comfortably as possible. The hospice philosophy accepts death as the final stage of life: it affirms life but does not try to hasten or postpone death. It concerns itself with providing the individual and the family with support and choices so that everyone can be fully present.

Our Hospice Services

Hospice care is usually given in your home, but it also may be covered in a hospice inpatient facility. Depending on your illness and related conditions, the plan of care can include any or all of these services:

Our Mission Statement

We value people and treat everyone with compassion, care, respect and courtesy. 

AllPeace Care values the comfort, dignity and safety of our patients, their families and their caregivers. We value integrity, honesty, ethical behavior, teamwork, open communications and mutual respect for each other. 

Our six core values:


Become a Hospice Volunteer

Volunteering is highly valued and rewarding for many patients, families, and the volunteers themselves. Call us to learn more.


Make an Appointment

Not sure if hospice care is the right option for you? For a more detailed and relaxed discussion of your needs, call us for an appointment.


Request a Hospice Evaluation:
Self, Loved-One, or Doctor/Care-Facility/Hospital

You, your family, or your doctor can request an Explanation Of Benefits and/or a Hospice Evaluation. There is never a commitment.



We welcome any feedback to help us continue our mission to be even better.

Top Quality Care

Southern California's Best Hospice

Hospice services provide care for patients in their place of residence. Qualifying for Hospice Care is determined by our medical assessment team. It involves an interdisciplinary approach to meet the physical, psychosocial, spiritual, and emotional needs of the patient and family, as well as the palliation of symptoms.

We bring peace to the process and dignity to our patients’ and their families’ lives. Count on us to make it simpler to follow your calling.

• The patient is not dying because we are giving medications; medications are given to control discomfort and manage symptoms.

• Discomfort can often rob you of your life energy.

• There can be fear & concern about giving medications.

• People can live longer and better with good symptom management and the right plan of care.

• Less medication is often needed when symptoms are prevented and treated promptly.

• PRN is a Latin abbreviation the hospice team may use meaning “as-needed” when referring to medications.

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Studies have shown that when a person enrolls
in hospice care they are more likely to have
increased family satisfaction and better
symptom and pain management. They are also
less likely to undergo tests or be given
medication they really don’t need or want.

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Hospice care is most often provided in your home, where the environment is familiar and loved ones are near. It can also be provided in nursing and assisted living homes. Hospice professionals provide medical and nursing care, emotional and spiritual support to patients and their family. Hospice also assists patients’ family/loved ones during the grieving process. Have additional questions? Contact Us

While some may think hospice provides 24hr-7 days a week custodial care or
full-time care this is rarely the case. Although hospice
provides a lot of support, most of the day-today care of a person is provided by family,
friends, or caretakers. The hospice care team is however
available by phone 24/7.

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Yes, hospice care can dramatically and positively impact the quality of life. The goal is to provide relief from pain and physical symptoms, and family support during the patient's illness and bereavement. Have additional questions? Contact Us
Any person concerned with a patient’s well-being can make a referral. Just call AllPeace Care and a staff member will arrange to meet the patient/family for an explanation of hospice benefits. Once eligibility is determined, all hospice services requested will be provided immediately. Have additional questions? Contact Us

Frequently Asked Question

If you have questions, we have answers.
Here you will find the most common Hospice Care questions.
If you do not find the answer you’re looking for, please contact us.