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Mission Statement

It is our mission that Hospice of Randolph serves as an educational leader while promoting quality of life and supporting patients and their families in preparing for the completion of life.


What We Do

Welcome to Hospice of Randolph County! In 1983, we were started by a group of concerned citizens who recognized the need for specialized end of life care in our community. We have had the honor of caring for over 22,000 individuals through our Hospice, Kids Path, Grief Counseling Center and educational services over the past 35 years. We are YOUR hospice, the only non-profit hospice located in Randolph County, and YOU are our priority. Whether caring for you and your loved ones at home, in local assisted living and skilled nursing facilities, at local hospitals or at our specialized in-patient facility the Randolph Hospice House, we're there when you need us most. Our hope is that no one journeys the path of serious illness alone.

Our Programs and Services

Hospice- Service for patients who have a terminal diagnosis of 6 months or less in areas such as: Palliative (comfort) care through pain and symptom management; RN staff available 24 hours-7 days a week; home health aide services; dietary counseling; rehabilitation services; respite care; chaplain/clergy services; and volunteers provide service in home, facility or Randolph Hospice House. Our Kid's Path program is a specialized service for children who are either terminally or chronically ill or those who have experienced the loss of a loved one.


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