Our Team

We strive to allow patients to live at home as long as possible. If no caregiver is available at home, the hospice team can help arrange an alternative setting where the person’s needs can most appropriately be met.

Our Team of Specialists

Attending physician consults with the hospice team to plan care.

Registered nurses coordinate the plan of care; teach and supervise home management of the terminally ill patient; and provide nursing care as often as necessary, including emergency visits when needed. Nurses coordinate services with hospice team members.

Social workers assist with Advance Directives planning, access community and financial resources, and provide counseling support and guidance to the patient and family.

Spiritual coordinator provides spiritual support for patients and families of all faiths.

Home care aides assist with personal care and occasional light housekeeping duties.

Music Therapist provides relaxation, mood elevation, and comfort.

Massage Therapist eases discomfort and tension with a caring, nurturing touch.

Trained volunteers provide supportive relationships to individuals receiving hospice and their family members. Volunteers offer a listening ear, caring heart, and a helping hand.

Bereavement Counselors/Volunteers provide calls, mailings, support groups, and counseling for family members and children to help cope with grief following loss. Support groups are open to the public.

Our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Office Location: 613 West Main Street, Manchester

Patient Parking & Entrance
Parking Lot 1, Entrance H