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Compassus Hospice

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Faith-Based
  • Health & Medicine
  • Seniors
  • Veterans & Military Families


35904 South Highway 82Vinita, OK 74301 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Professionally advancing the well-being and honoring the dignity of those we serve, helping make the world a better place - one family at a time.


Awarded Commmunity Health Accreditation Partner status under the hospice standards of excellence. Compassus is a post-acute care company advancing the well-being and honoring the dignity of those it serves, helping make the world a better place one family at a time. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Compassus provides hospice services through a network of community-based programs with more than 125 locations in 30 states across the U.S. Compassus was founded in 2006, but has roots in hospice reaching back to 1979. The mission is to honor life and offer hope to individuals facing serious or terminal illness by supporting them with a common culture focused on three core values: compassion, integrity, and excellence.


Would you recommend Compassus Hospice?
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by Logan S. (November 29, 2021)
I love volunteering through Compassus Hospice! My coordinator, Vicky is so sweet and truly cares about the patients. I have met some great people and made some amazing memories through this opportunity. Through this company I have been able to see patients in nursing homes, at their own homes, write letters to patients, and help with their company profile on this website to reach out to other volunteers. If you are looking for an opportunity to truly make a difference and need a flexible schedule, this the place to volunteer!
by Christine H. from Tulsa, OK (October 21, 2019)
Very nice woman I talked to over the phone about volunteering. Unfortunately, the owners require one to do things they really shouldn't need to do when volunteering from home. So because of that, I had to decline.

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