“With dedication to quality of life, compassion, dignity, and respect, Hospice of Rockingham County, Inc., serves as a nonprofit agency that provides specialized care and support to terminally ill patients and their families and is a community resource for all people on death, dying, grief, and bereavement.”
Providing quality end-of-life care since 1987, Hospice of Rockingham County is a community-based nonprofit hospice care provider – and the only full-service hospice based in Rockingham County. The majority of patients that we care for are in Rockingham County but HRC also serves patients in Caswell, Guilford, and Stokes counties. With over 140 years’ collective experience in the hospice field, our staff is extremely knowledgeable and skilled in providing end-of-life care. We are Medicare/Medicaid certified, and licensed by the state of North Carolina to deliver hospice services. Additionally, we choose to be accredited by ACHC (Accreditation Commission for Health Care). Hospice supports life and exists to help those with life-limiting illnesses live as comfortably and fully as possible. Services may be delivered in patients’ homes, assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, and in our 8-bed.
Who is eligible for Hospice services?
Hospice of Rockingham County (HRC) offers it services regardless of a person’s age, race, creed, religious preferences, or ability to pay.
The basic criteria for admission into our Hospice program are:
- The patient has a limited life expectancy of six months or less, as certified by their physician.
- The patient is no longer seeking curative, aggressive treatment for their disease. The emphasis has shifted from curing the disease to pain control and patient comfort.