You are not alone.

Patient-centered hospice care in Roanoke, VA and Lynchburg, VA.

We’ll be with you every step of the way… only  phone call away. And a ton of helpful information is right at your fingertips with our free family caregiving resources that provide answers, guidance and support. 

Our mission and purpose is to provide our patients with the best hospice care available in a manner that exemplifies Christ’s ministry while he was on earth. This has always been our philosophy and practice, and it is our continued commitment and promise to you.

In everything we do, our staff and care teams strive to provide the very best care and service available in our community. At all times, YOU are the focus of all our efforts. We hope you never hesitate to call us or speak up about your needs. We are here 24/7, every day of the year. Call us anytime at 800-789-0586.

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      Please call 800-789-0586 or submit an inquiry email.

      Expect more from us. We do.

      PATIENT CENTERED

      Your desires, your comfort, your legacy. How you spend your final days… YOUR choice.

      COMPASSIONATE

      Caring and comforting you and your family in a manner that exemplifies the ministry of Jesus.

      COMPREHENSIVE

      A dedicated hospice care team to develop and implement a personalized care plan.

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