Our hospice team is made up of physicians, nurses, social workers, dietary experts, chaplains, volunteers, and other professionals, all with the goal of providing compassionate end-of-life care.
When facing a terminal diagnosis, you are dealing with more than physical ailments. Providence Hospice knows this, and we’ve put together a team of compassionate, skilled professionals who will walk with you and your family through this journey.
Providence Hospice provides palliative care, often called “comfort care,” to patients who are facing a serious illness. Palliative care is designed to relieve your discomfort and ease the symptoms of the side effects some of your curative treatment is causing.
Providence Hospice is a nonprofit ministry of Providence Life Services. Like many non-for-profits, our efforts are made even more robust by the vast community of people who give of their time and talents to volunteer with our program.
You can read about some of our hospice volunteers, like Venisha, a massage therapist; Renee, a stay-at-home mom; Heather, a licensed counselor; and Jackie, a retired healthcare worker. These are just some of the many valued volunteers who make our program special. We’d love you to join our team and write your own hospice volunteer story.
Susan Enright brings decades of healthcare experience and skills to Providence Hospice, and she's proud of the compassion and skill that her team can bring to the families we serve.
Reverend Ruth Harrison offers compassion and spiritual guidance to hospice and palliative care patients and their families.
Annette McClain leads our dedicated volunteer team, using her passion for helping people to enhance the lives of the people our program serves.
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