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Services

Providing hospice, palliative and supportive care to your patients who are coping with serious illness.

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Meet Our Medical Team

Get to know our physicians and nurse practitioners who will work collaboratively with you and your patients.

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Where We Provide Care

Providing care and comfort to your patients in Lancaster and York counties and beyond.

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Services

Providing hospice, palliative and supportive care to your patients who are coping with serious illness.

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Meet Our Medical Team

Get to know our physicians and nurse practitioners who will work collaboratively with you and your patients.

Click Here

Where We Provide Care

Providing care and comfort to your patients in Lancaster and York counties and beyond.

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Just like your care hasn’t stopped, Hospice & Community Care’s support hasn’t either. In an effort to provide excellent hospice care for your COVID-19 positive or presumed positive patients or residents, our nursing, social work, chaplain and aide visits are still available during the period of quarantine for positive patients. We will continue to see all other Hospice patients in your facility in person or through tele-health, based on your facility’s visitation guidelines.

Hospice & Community Care is a nonprofit, community-supported organization that provides comprehensive palliative, supportive care and hospice services to individuals who have been diagnosed with a chronic or serious illness. We care for patients with any diagnosis, at any age regardless of ability to pay.

Mission

To provide personalized care and comfort to help patients and families live better with serious illness through end of life.

Vision

Every person living in our community will receive the care and compassion they need while coping with serious illness, facing end of life, or experiencing the loss of a loved one.

Why Choose Hospice & Community Care

There are many hospice providers in our community. With so many choices, it can be difficult to make a decision. You want the very best care for your patients.

The good news is you have a choice. Your doctor, hospital or other healthcare professional may recommend a certain hospice or palliative care provider. However, the final decision on where to seek care for your loved one is yours.

Here is why you should consider choosing Hospice & Community Care:

We meet the highest standards for:

  • End-of-life assessment
  • Pain and symptom control
  • Responsive medication management
  • Cutting-edge therapies
  • Psycho-social support
  • Focused advance care planning

 

"In our work of walking with families through one of the hardest ordeals any of us face, we interact with hospitals, doctors, nurses, care facilities, and, yes, hospice organizations. When I think about those interactions, and when I think about professionals who bring the same level of commitment and professionalism to their work that WE seek to bring every day, Hospice & Community Care is at the very top of my list. "

Al Kuhner, Kuhner Associates Funeral Directors, Inc. Hospice & Community Care Board Member
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