Jim Palazzo, CEO

Jim Palazzo, CEO
Transitions Hospice, LLC 12040 Raymond Court
Huntley, IL 60142

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About Jim Palazzo, CEO

Serving 26 counties in northern and central Illinois: Boone, Cook, DeKalb, DuPage, Grundy, Kane, Kendall, Lake, LaSalle, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Stephenson, Will, Winnebago, Kankakee, Peoria, Marshall, Woodford, Tazewell, Livingston, McLean, Ford, Iroquois, Champaign, Vermillion

We are experts in the art of living. Our mission is to empower our patients and their families by providing the tools and support necessary to embrace life. We don't focus on the finality of death;we focus on the practical side of living. Our job is to assist our patients and their families through the physical, emotional and spiritual challenges of life's final transition.
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Practice Transitions Hospice, LLC
Services Transitions Hospice Provides all levels of care!

Hospice services are a Medicare Part A benefit. The Medicare Hospice benefit offers 4 levels of care.
- Routine Hospice Care
- Respite Care
- Continuous Care
- InPatient Care

Medicaid and most insurance plans also cover hospice care.
- 24 hour nursing
- 24 hour Social Work & Counseling Support
- Volunteer Services
- Physicians and Nurse Practitioners that are Hospice and Palliative Care Certified.
Consumer Feedback
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Recent Reviews
I knew I was getting top-of-the-line treatment when they told me about what they learned at the latest conference they attended, and how they were incorporating that knowledge into the practice. Their office was the absolute perfect temperature. It was so nice to be able to get out of the weather outside and sit in a relaxing, comfortable office. Let me just say that this business is in one of the safest areas around and you will be pleasantly surprised at how lovely the surroundings are. They have some of the best customer service I have ever seen. Putting their customers first is definitely a priority here and it shows.
When we first started with them, they were good. Eventually, the CNA that was to come out and bath my mother 2 times a week, would call and say she would be there at 10:30 and would not show up. Whe n she did show up, the home care worker that took care of my mother during the week ended up doing all her work. I liked the nurse when we first started out but I get the feeling the longer my mother lives, the more irritated the nurse gets. She told me they would not pay for some of her medication but neglected to tell me they quit with a major blood pressure medicine and I didn't find out until she needed it. Since my mother cannot be left alone, I have no way to go get it now. I finally complained enough to get rid of the CNA. I am just not very happy with them. They are very unorganized and too many alpha dogs trying to run the zoo. I have talked to other people that used hospice and the recommend Northern Illinois Hospice. Please look around before deciding on this one. If it wouldn't be such a hassle for my mother, I would change.
Recent Polls
Would you refer this provider to a family or friend?
No, If I had known how terrible they were I never would have gone.
Did a staff member acknowledge or greet you when you entered?
Yes, I was greeted when I walked in
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