Hospice Care in Greenville & The Upstate
Our Upstate South Carolina Hospice Care Program focuses on providing compassionate, quality care to those individuals with a life limiting illness.
Our ultimate goal is to help each individual live a high quality of life through dedicated efforts to ensure the highest levels of care and compassion.
“ Thank you for the love, kindness, and sensitivity you showed us during one of the most difficult times in our lives"
Hospice focuses on palliative care and comfort care in the final stages of life. It is important to note that hospice does not hasten death, but instead helps the individual live fully and comfortably, affirming their uniqueness and providing support to their loved ones.
We believe that every life matters until the very last moment.
We provide a holistic approach to care, focusing on the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and family.
“The Home Health Nurse was an angel, and when we transitioned over to Hospice , you were so helpful to us. I don’t know what we would have done without y’all"
Our Hospice Care Team in the Greenville, SC area provides the following services:
- Nursing Care
- Hospice Home Health Aides
- Social Work Support
- Chaplain for Spiritual Care and Support
- Volunteer Program
- Complimentary Therapies (including theraputic music, art therapy and hands-on techniques)
- Bereavement Program
In addition, hospice care can be provided wherever the patient calls home. We bring the services to you, along with our dedication to excellence each and every time.
“All of you served my Mother and our family when we needed you most”
Not every situation is ideal. But it's still your life to live. At Interim, our hospice services aren't about giving up; they're about doing it on your terms. We help you and your family find the peace and comfort you deserve at the time you need it most. Call us today at (800) 758-4966
“It was the greatest of comforts to know that her wishes would be respected. You took a great burden off my shoulders and gave me permission to be her advocate for the end-of-life she choose”