Center For Caring
Sometimes patients need a level of care that cannot be provided at home. Consider the following situations:
- Your loved one is experiencing a pain or symptom crisis that requires continuous 24-hour supervision for frequent medication adjustments
- A family member has frequent infections and is at risk for enduring repeated emergency department visits
- You need time away from caregiving responsibilities to rest, undergo a medical procedure or travel to a graduation or a wedding
It is these short-stay situations for which the Center for Caring was designed. This warm and inviting facility will be a place where patients receive 24/7 care in a homelike environment.
The Center for Caring will include 16 private patient rooms with space for family members to stay overnight as needed, family meeting rooms, a chapel and gardens. The Center will also serve as a permanent home for our home hospice teams, include a community bereavement center, and accommodate administrative offices.
Often described as a hospice hospital, the Center will provide patients and their families with the highest level of hospice services, including the medical, spiritual and emotional support they need during end-of-life care.
In the media
Despite our myriad differences, we humans all entered this world the same way. And since civilization’s dawn, we’ve focused much of our time and energy on how to live well, and better.
Good Samaritan Hospice has embarked on a capital campaign for its in-patient Center for Caring – the first facility of its kind in the region.
Creating a Community of Compassion
Good Samaritan is conducting a $5 million fundraising campaign for the Center for Caring. To donate and help raise the remaining funds necessary for this project, please contact the office at 540-776-0198 or firstname.lastname@example.org.