Companion Hospice


Hospice care is not about giving up or losing hope; hospice is about quality of life.


Overview Of Services…

Hospice care is available to those facing a life-limiting illness. Throughout this journey our experienced and sensitive team will provide meaningful care and support to your loved one, as well as your family. Our hospice team will be there explaining the process, addressing physical, emotional, and spiritual concerns. Our services are provided in the place you call home – personal residence, assisted living facility, or nursing home. At Companion, our priority is meeting your family’s needs while ensuring your loved one is well cared for.

You Or A Loved One May Need Hospice If…

Faced with a life-limiting illness where aggressive treatments and medications are no longer beneficial. Indicators may include:

  • Repeated hospitalizations or visits to emergency rooms
  • Failure to “bounce back” after medical setbacks occur
  • Significant weight loss or progressive weakness and decline in functional ability
  • Side effects of treatments outweigh the benefits
  • You’ve opted to no longer seek aggressive treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, or experimental medications

We understand every situation is different. Our team members will be there to provide emotional, spiritual, and physical support during this challenging time. The earlier we join you in this process, the more resources we can provide to create a supportive experience.

"The entire staff of Companion Hospice treated my mom with dignity, respect and kindness. They truly did make a difference and improved her quality of life. They befriended her immediately and she appreciated that. She would give them an A+." — Tori M.

"Companion Hospice gave my mom excellent care. The service was so very appreciated by the family. A nurse always responded to my calls of concern. I will always be grateful for everyone's help. I have and will continue to recommend Companion to friends and others who ask." — Aaron W.

"There are not words to express my gratitude for the kindness, care and compassion you have shown my mother and myself throughout the past, especially the past several weeks. Thank you all and may God bless you. You are all truly angels on this earth." — Scott A.

"Everyone was very caring and made my sister and I feel that my mother was their only patient. Thank you!"  — Kathrine S.