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Your Hospice
     Your Community
              Your Choice

Trees near Hospice

Hospice of Morrow County is the service no one really wants to need. It is a non-profit organization helping people find their way through the changing maze of healthcare choices, especially when the end of life might possibly be near.  We are always available for you: 419.946.9822  -  (after hours; nurse on call  419.946.5015) - Email: info@hospicemorrowcounty.org

hospice nurse giving comfort care

Hospice does not mean a person is going to die right away. Some people are hospice patients for six months or a year or more. Really, It is a unique philosophy of care for people when they may have a life-limiting illness. 

Hospice patients can leave home to shop, visit, go to church or take a vacation. They are not confined to home. They gauge their own strength and abilities. Our nurses help people meet their individual goals.

Being community-based and non-profit we understand our patients and help them meet their personal goals, live their lives their own way and make their own choices.  Every person has special preferences and values -- our nurses and caregivers know this and respect individual choices.       

Get the latest information. Call, e-mail or stop by our Mount Gilead office from 8am to 4pm, Mondays to Fridays.  419.946.9822  - info@hospicemorrowcounty.org.

We will meet you wherever you are - in your home - at your office, in a nursing facility or at the hospital.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

We know you don’t want to need us, however if you do - we are always here to help.  



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