Saint Luke’s Hospice House is a safe, loving space where patients can spend their remaining time. We offer hospice care for those who may require more symptom and pain management than can be provided with home hospice or who would rather not be at home.

The specially designed, homelike facility features:

  • 12 large private suites with room for family and friends
  • Peaceful indoor and an outdoor chapels
  • Two large family sitting rooms with books, movies, and cozy fireplaces
  • Community room with a grand piano
  • Comfortable children’s area with toys, games, books, movies, video games, and arts and crafts
  • Screened-in porches and landscaped outdoor gardens
  • Large doorways, allowing bed- or wheelchair-bound patients to access gathering spaces away from their private suites
  • A full-service kitchen and dining room with staff to prepare meals for patients and provide options for families and guests
  • Guest showers and laundry facilities for family use

Saint Luke’s Hospice House volunteers provide comfort, music, and support to patients and their families. Our volunteers and staff offer the No One Dies Alone program, which gives support to people in their final hours who many not have family or friends that are able to be by their side.

Call 888-303-7576 for more information about hospice care services at Saint Luke’s Hospice House.

Make a charitable donation to Saint Luke’s Hospice House.



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