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Amedisys Hospice

Cause Area

  • Crisis Support
  • Health & Medicine
  • People with Disabilities
  • Seniors
  • Veterans & Military Families


1825 Hwy 34suite 2200Newnan, GA 30265 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To assist patients and their families in maintaining and improving their quality of life.


To provide quality health care services to the patients entrusted to our care and give emotional and social support to their family.


Would you recommend Amedisys Hospice?
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by Linda B. (November 14, 2011)
The staff at Amedisys has been so helpful in supplying me with the training and continuing support I need to be a hospice volunteer. The Volunteer Coordinator is so efficient but at the same time has a servant's heart which helps make my experience so rewarding. It is wonderful to relieve family caregivers so they can run errands or to have much-needed "down time", not to mention the gratification of holding a patient's hand so they'll know they are not alone; the smiles are more than thanks enough. Sometimes I feel that I am the one benefiting the most because of the warmth and love I receive. I am truly blessed to have the honor of being an Amedisys volunteer.
by Pat E. (September 13, 2011)
I find this organization to be the perfect fit for me. While currently in transition with permanent employment, it was an excellent time to do something meaningful. I am very grateful to have an opportunity to assist caregivers and patients as needed; they truly appreciate it. It would be a very rewarding experience for anyone with the gift of encouragement.
by Kenneth B. from Newnan, GA (Administrator for this Organization) (July 27, 2011)
My name is Jessica Dell, and I'm a student at UGA. I have spent this summer volunteering with Amedisys. As an aspiring nurse practitioner, I feel this experience has benefitted me greatly by exposing me to areas of patient care I had not previously had experience with. In general, though, the opportunity to help patients and their families during the very sensitive time of the end of life is a rewarding experience no matter what your future goals. I have met and formed relationships with several families, and being able to help them has definitely given me an even greater reward than it has the patients themselves. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to be able to have a direct hand in improving the quality of life for both the patient and family.

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