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Life is a journey.

Living with advanced illness doesn’t have to lead to fear, confusion, and loneliness.

At Hospice of the Piedmont and Hospice of Randolph, we understand the care needs for each individual are different. Because of this, we offer individualized care that addresses the medical, emotional and spiritual needs of our patients and their families.

Whether you require hospice care at home or in one of our partner facilities, our interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses and counselors are committed to providing patient-centered care that focuses on making the remaining days of life a time of meaningful empowerment.

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Supportive Care, Designed for Your Needs

At Hospice of the Piedmont and Hospice of Randolph, we know that life's journey begins and ends differently for each of us. For that reason, we offer a variety of programs in our service area to meet your specific needs.

Supportive Care, Designed for Your Needs

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Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.

- Helen Keller

Hospice Care

Hospice care is for individuals who have reached the later stages of their disease, and have been told by a doctor that they have months to live. Hospice care can be offered at one’s home or at a skilled nursing facility. Regardless of the location, we engage a team of doctors, nurses, social workers, and therapists to develop an individualized care plan best suited to our patient’s needs.

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Care Connection

Sometimes an individual undergoing treatment for a life-limiting illness can require palliative care to minimize the effects of treatment. In those instances, our Care Connection program offers clients the care and education needed to help improve their quality of life.

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Kids Path

Even the youngest individuals can face life-limiting illnesses, and they and their families require unique forms of support and attention. Kids Path is a specialized hospice program that cares for young people from 0-to 18-years of age. We focus on instilling a sense of freedom in these children while giving their parents or caregivers the support and guidance they need to make wise decisions.

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Inpatient Hospice Care

For patients needing medical supervision or more intensive services, we have two inpatient facilities that provide exceptional end-of-life care in comfortable, home-like environments. Our 18-bed Hospice Home at High Point and 16-bed Randolph Hospice House are a complement to the other services offered by Hospice of the Piedmont and Hospice of Randolph.

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Grief Counseling Center

Grief is a universal, yet highly personal emotion. Our Grief Counseling Center has helped thousands of local residents deal with the sadness and depression that can occur after the death of a loved one. Through compassionate listening and proven techniques for healing, our professionals continue to walk side-by-side with you demonstrating that you are not alone and that there are better days to come.

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