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Hospice Care

Compassionate Care that Comes to You

From the day hospice care begins, we bring our award-winning services to you, wherever you reside – at home, in a nursing facility, at a hospital, our Hospice House, or elsewhere. Our hospice care is delivered by an expert team of over 100 professionally trained, highly compassionate individuals, including physicians, nurses, certified nursing assistants, social workers, volunteers, chaplains, and bereavement counselors. We also offer caregiver relief.

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Care Wherever You Call Home

Care at our Hospice House

Hospital Care

Caregiver Relief

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Our services include:

  • Expert, individualized care by an interdisciplinary team which includes a physician, nurse case manager, social worker, chaplain, hospice aides, volunteers and special therapists, as needed.
  • Prescription drugs and medical supplies related to the hospice diagnosis.
  • Durable medical equipment such as a hospital bed and oxygen.
  • On-call availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Medical oversight by a full-time, Board-Certified Hospice and Palliative Care physician.
  • Access to services at our Hospice House including short-term inpatient care, respite care, and residential care (based on availability).
  • Comprehensive Bereavement (grief and healing) services for our patients’ families and for others who want and need this special support in our Southeast Coastal Georgia community.
  • Pet therapy and pet visitation for patients in our Hospice House.

Patient & Caregiver Guide

Our Patient & Caregiver Guide is designed as a resource to answer common questions about our care, our services, and our clinical team. This guide covers important end-of-life care concerns such pain management and discomfort, financial coverage for care, safety issues, advance directives, patient care, and emotional support for the patient, family, and caregivers. Download the guide below.