Comfort when it matters most

Accessible Hospice Care

As the focus shifts from finding a cure to providing comfort, hospice care emphasizes quality of life by managing pain and symptoms with dignity and respect to honor the patient’s goals, beliefs, and wishes for their remaining time.

When is it time for hospice?

When is it time for hospice?

Though unique to each individual, it is most common for patients to enter hospice care when given a prognosis of six months or less.

Learn more about our hospice services.

Learn more about our hospice services.

Hospice of Davidson County has provided a team approach to expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support following a terminal diagnosis from illness or injury since 1985.

How to refer yourself or a loved one?

How to refer yourself or a loved one?

Anyone can make a referral once the patient’s physician has determined that they have a limited life expectancy. Contact one of our intake coordinators at 336-475-5444 to begin the certification process.

Hospice Care Services
Our Mission

Our Mission

Hospice of Davidson County enhances quality of life by providing expert physical, emotional, and spiritual care for our community.

Our highest priority is ensuring that all persons touched by life-limiting illness find the comfort, guidance, and peace they deserve through compassionate, respectful care that provides a dignified, supported journey.

Along with managing your loved one’s physical symptoms, our team of doctors, nurses, social workers, spiritual counselors, hospice aides, grief counselors, and trained volunteers has made responding to emotional and spiritual needs an integral part of our service offering.

About Hospice of Davidson County

September 1, 2022

HOSPICE PROVIDES EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT THROUGH PODCAST

Hospice of Davidson County features their own “Community Connections” podcast that provides education, highlights public resources and connects listeners to supportive services. The pandemic has shifted priorities and operations for many organizations, Hospice of Davidson County being no different. As Laura Owen, the organization’s CEO, states, “the pandemic prompted our Agency to reassess service provision… Read More ›

August 20, 2022

HOSPICE OF DAVIDSON COUNTY TO HOST ELEVENTH ANNUAL PROFESSIONAL GRIEF AND LOSS CONFERENCE

Hospice of Davidson County, a recognized leader in the advancement of quality end-of-life care across the Piedmont Triad region, is excited to host its Eleventh Annual Professional Conference on Grief and Loss. The 2022 Annual Conference will be held virtually on Thursday, October 6 from 9am – 3pm. Registration is required and will remain open… Read More ›

July 29, 2022

15th ANNUAL RIDE FOR ANGELS RAISES $11,000 FOR HOSPICE CARE

Hospice of Davidson County hosted our 15th Annual Ride for Angels fundraiser on Saturday, July 16th. Thanks to our sponsors, donors and participants, we were able to raise over $11,000 for hospice care in our community. A special thanks to our Gold Sponsors in First Bank – Thomasville and Anything’s Possible, Inc. At Hospice of… Read More ›