This week we’re profiling Hospice and Community Care. Are they in your Givolio?
The words “hospice care” can bring conflicting emotions for people. Hospice care provides knowledge, expertise and care during the final days of a terminally ill patients life. At Hospice and Community Care their mission is to provide a friendlier, more compassionate hospice service. As the location for their patients to spend their remaining time Hospice and Community Care strives to bring quality of life and comfort for its patients. Hospice and Community Care provides physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs for their patients. They focus on treating the person, not the disease. They also provide help to the patient’s family and loved ones at the time they need support the most. Their goal is to provide care for all who need it and relieve suffering for patients and their families.
Since the early 1980’s Hospice and Community Care of Rock Hill has helped thousands of terminally ill people spend their final months in a caring and comfortable atmosphere. As a non-profit hospice center, Hospice and Community Care focuses on caring for their community rather than focusing on making a profit. All revenue goes directly towards patients, their families and the community of York County. With a staff of over 250 volunteers Hospice and Community Care treats over 100 patients a day. In 2015 Hospice and Community Care became a member of the national “We Honor Veterans” program, where they have provided support and recognition for veteran patients.