Locations of Care

 

Hospice care is provided for patients in their homes, in nursing homes or senior care facilities, in the hospital or at Hospice & Community Care’s Bob Fryer & Family Inpatient Center in Mount Joy. Hospice & Community Care serves patients in Lancaster and York Counties, as well as parts of Berks, Chester, Dauphin and Adams Counties. To view a map of our service area, click here.

Many people prefer to be at home and can receive hospice care right there in their own surroundings.  Hospice staff visit patients and their families and provide care and support where the patient and family are the most comfortable.

Hospice & Community Care provides care in senior care facilities or nursing homes, continuous care retirement communities, and in personal care homes with the same, high-quality and compassionate care provided to patients in their own homes. You will have the benefit of experts in long-term care working directly with experts in pain and symptom management and the entire Hospice & Community Care team wherever a patient lives, providing you and your family with the highest level of quality care.  Hospice & Community Care is privileged to work with the majority of senior living facilities in the communities in which we serve.

“Hospice & Community Care joined Mennonite Home in our Person-Centered Care journey to partner with the resident, families and members of our team to honor the voice of the resident.  Hospice staff interact as part of the resident’s care team, embracing not only the resident but also our staff to support the end-of-life journey.  They provide passion and comfort to all who have built relationships with residents receiving Hospice services.  End-of-life decisions are not always easy, but at Mennonite Home, with Hospice & Community Care as our partner, we are not alone in the journey.”

Ginny Johnson, NHA, Nursing Home Administrator, Mennonite Home

Hospice & Community Care provides the same quality care regardless of where a patient resides. Whenever there is a change of setting we can assist with the transition to ensure the patient remains as comfortable as possible.

While most people prefer to stay at home, patients may need another level of care to manage pain or other symptoms. Care is available for patients and their families at the Bob Fryer & Family Inpatient Center.  Inpatient care is generally short-term and patients return home when symptoms are managed.

The Inpatient Center is designed to be a home away from home with bright, comfortable private rooms and plenty of space for family and friends to gather. The Inpatient Center is open 24 hours a day for visitors, and features living rooms and fully equipped kitchens so patients and their families can spend time together in a pleasant environment.

Features include:

  • A rural setting with serene gardens and pathways
  • Brightly decorated home-like rooms with space to display personal items and mementos
  • Each room features a private bath, reclining chair, comfortable couch and a patio for the increased comfort of patients and families
  • Three wings that invoke a tranquil atmosphere, each wing featuring a kitchen,
  • terrace, living room with television, patio and screened-in porch
  • Private spaces such as meditation room, counseling rooms and library
  • Internet access and wireless capabilities for families’ convenience

The Bob Fryer & Family Inpatient Center is located at 4075 Old Harrisburg Pike, near Mount Joy.  Click here for directions.

For more information about the Inpatient Center, call (717) 391-2421 or (844) 422-4031.