Hospice isn’t to help you die, it’s to help you finish living”  Danny K, 2011


Thank you to all our corporate sponsors!



Martha was the 2017 recipient of the Rising Star Award!

The annual Rising Star Award provides an opportunity to acknowledge amazing new nurses in our region whose hard work continues to improve health through advocacy, innovation, and leadership.

Congratulations are extended to the other nominees, the Shining Star, and six Nightingale Luminary Award Winners!

Hospice staff at the Nightingale Awards Banquet

From left to right: Nina (SW), Wendy (Executive Director), Martha R.N., Queenie (Office Manager), Leigh R.N., Enid R.N.

Click here learn more about Nightingale Luminary and Star Awards. 

Click here to make a nomination.


Volunteers needed! The more we give, the happier we feel. Volunteering increases self-confidence. You are doing well for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride. Our next volunteer training events are as follows:

  • June 15 Part I 5:30-8:00 p.m.
  • June 17 Part II 9:00 – 1:00 p.m.
  • September 5 Part I 1:00-4:00 p.m.
  • September 6 Part II 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Please call 565-4400 for more info!


Memorial Contributions ~ As a non-profit organization, providing services to patients without the ability to pay, and providing free support to community members, Hospice relies on the generous donations of individuals and businesses to help us care for our patients and support our community.  If you would like to make a donation in memory of your loved one please contact us, or complete your online donation here.


How Hospice Works

Hospice services are available to persons who can no longer benefit from curative treatment, or choose to end curative treatment.  The typical hospice patient has a life expectancy of six months or less.  Most receive care at home, but we do provide care in assisted living facilities, nursing homes and hospitals.  Services are provided by a team of trained professionals – physicians, nurses, counselors, therapists, social workers, aides and volunteers – who provide care and support services not only to the patient, but to the patient’s family and loved ones.  The patient can be referred to hospice by their doctor, family members, friends, clergy, or other healthcare professionals.


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