Fourth Annual Salute to Veterans Event November 7, 2014.
Ken Lyerly, Volunteer of the Year Award, Rev. Steve Crews, accepting for Church of God of Prophecy, Hamlet – Church Award
Nic Wilkes, Teen Volunteer Award, Lisa O’Neal, Volunteer Coordinator, Melody Dupre – Special Events Volunteer, Eva Green – Non Clinical Volunteer Award.
|Most people want to live and die peacefully at home. But in reality, 74% die in medical institutions.
Hospice care at home offers a choice.
We provide comprehensive hospice services to the
terminally ill and their families, usually at home
and regardless of the ability to pay.
“There is no place in Richmond County I’d rather have my
mother. People need to know that it is a God send.”
|Medicare, Medicaid, insurance and other
sources pay the cost of hospice care, such as
- Registered Nurse Always on Call
- Free Medical Assessment
- Regular Home Visits
- Pain Control & Symptom
- Hospice-Related Medicine
- Medical Equipment & Supplies
- Emotional, Social, &
Spiritual Support for the Patient and Family
- Serving people in Moore,
Richmond, Anson, Scotland and Montgomery counties
- Patient Referrals accepted 24
hours daily, 7 days a week, 365 days a year: (910) 997-4464
- Non-Profit Organization
- CHAP Accreditation
For a donation of $20 (plus an additional $6 for shipping and handling) you will receive a Richmond County Hospice 30 year anniversary Cookbook, “Culinary Comforts from Your Hometown Hospice since 1985”. This cookbook contains over 300 recipes, a message from our CEO and a timeline of our first 30 years. All proceeds from the sale of this cookbook will go to our Benevolent Care Fund. Cookbooks may also be purchased at Richmond County Hospice Administrative Office at 1119 US HWY 1 North, Rockingham, NC 28379 or by calling 910-997-4464.
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