Our Journey

Fifteen years ago, when my father's health condition declined and he was in critical condition he needed a caring medical professional to improve his quality of life. Without any hesitation I quit my job and moved temporarily to my parents place. I spent time serving him for his medical and emotional needs till his death. That experience resided in my mind so deeply and taught me of caring someone that you love and understanding the need of the patient, immediate family going through grievance and the process of death. Before he passed away, I promised him to extend my service to all needy elderly and those in need of medical professional help and that's the only request that he asked from me. That motivated me to get a medical professional degree to fulfil the promise that I made.

I received Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) degree from the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University. ASU School of Nursing provided a first-class education for over 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students.

ASU's Edson College deeply involved in the region and the community, partnerships with Mayo Clinic, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Dignity Health, the World Health Organization and many more. These experiences broadened my enthusiasm to get involved in home health to serve the elderly community and those in need o medical professional help at their home or in nursing homes.

I worked for more than 10 years in Home Health Care and Hospice Care agencies in Bay Area. I worked with over 1000 patients with wide range of background. I gained lot of experience in treating patients with dementia, It was an amazing journey to learn about them and see their glowing smile when they see me. After their recovery when the time come to discharge, they often insist me to come and visit them. They feel that I am there to support them both medically and emotionally.

I saw people in desperate need of care with loving-kindness. I determined to do something to improve the quality of live for those who are near end of life. That triggered me to start the Sunrise Hospice Care. My mission is to change what I saw. Based on the core values of compassion, dignity and respect, and with the help of great team, we are passionate to provide needy, elderly members of the community with quality of life till the end of life. Hospice care is one step further to care for the patient till their end of life. In addition I determined to provide unconditional support and care provide to the patient and to the family to prepare for their loss.