My 96 yr old mother is home with 24 hr CNA care and is being discharged from hospice, no longer meets criteria. She has dementia, great difficulty walking (broke both hips w/in past 3-4 yrs), past diagnoses of CHF, AFib. Her wish is to go at home (even has it in her POA to prevent being put in NH) and I have been working to keep her at home. Since she is losing hospice, she is losing her medical care, esp for prescriptions (BP med, potassium and magnesium) and her PCP has basically washed his hands of her; tells me he hasn’t seen her in over 2 years and he is not a gerontologist. I am out of state and have no way to get her to a doctor. Have looked into ambulance service but she cannot walk down stairs to a wheelchair, service won’t bring her out. Am not sure how to handle physician care and prescription coverage going forward - any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!