About Us

Holy Savior Hospice

Our Story

Holy Savior Hospice & Palliative Care is locally and family owned. Our goal is to “Make Every Moment Matter,” which has been at the heart of our business and family values for over 20 years.


Facing end of life challenges can sometimes be very daunting, which is why our passion to walk alongside our patients and their families is at the very heart of what we do. Also, because we are all different, we will craft an individual plan of care that meets all your needs. We bring innovative and creative solutions that we have gained over our many years of experience, which helps us provide dignified and compassionate care that is second to none.

At Holy Savior Hospice, we consider it an honor and great responsibility to care for our patients and provide the highest quality end-of-life care possible.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to provide dignified, family-centered care and end-of-life comfort for our patients with an individualized touch. We advocate on behalf of our patients to ensure their comfort and final wishes are being granted. We strive to connect with all of our patients and provide personalized physical, mental and spiritual care.

As part of the communities we serve, we provide care to everyone and do not discriminate based on race, religion or ethnicity and we respect all customs and beliefs.

Our Values

To our patients, we will provide personalized, thoughtful, compassionate and high-quality medical care.

To our patients’ families, we will provide complete support, guidance and education to help you and your loved one.

To our employees, we will provide a respectful, fostering, supportive and rewarding work environment.


Commitment to Safety & Quality

We believe in providing quality care in a safe environment and to honor that commitment we maintain accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care I ACHC.

Commitment to Safety & Quality

We believe in providing quality care in a safe environment and to honor that commitment we maintain accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care I ACHC.

Our Team

Living with a serious illness or caring for a loved one can be one of life’s most challenging times. You need experts who have been there for other families countless times, providing experience, guidance and quality care.

One Team for You

Our interdisciplinary team includes physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, counselors, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, registered dietitians, respiratory therapists, hospice aides, volunteers, chaplains and social workers. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of our community preparing for end-of-life transition. Our staff is highly trained and available around the clock to meet your family’s needs.

Everyone at Holy Savior Hospice has committed to this profession because they are innate caregivers and passionate about providing the very best service to those in our community. We strive to meet every clinical, ethical and spiritual need of our patients and to provide them with a sense of comfort and peace.

All of our caregivers are fully screened and trained including health care professionals, aides and volunteers.


Our care team is a special group of professionals, including:

  • Medical Director/Nurse Practitioners: Our medical directors and nurse practitioners are available to make home visits and will work closely with your primary care physician to address your needs. They are responsible for the medical management of the patient’s care.
  • Registered Nurses: Our licensed hospice nurses are specially trained in pain and symptom management. They work to identify patient care needs, arrange for services, supplies and medications and are available to make visits 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) – Our CNAs provide loving, daily non-medical care and companionship with the goal of maintaining our patients’ dignity and personal hygiene while providing much needed emotional support.
  • Social Workers: Our professional social workers help patients and loved ones by identifying community resources, assist with final arrangements and provide emotional and psychological support.
  • Chaplains: Our nondenominational chaplains provide support for patients and their loves ones in a manner that respects and honors the patient’s wishes, religious or spiritual traditions and cultural rituals.
  • Volunteers: Our trained and certified volunteers are available to assist patients and their loved ones with things like errands, companionship and brief respite periods.
  • Bereavement Counselors: Our bereavement counselors offer support to grieving families and loved ones through mailings, one-on-one counseling and group meetings. Bereavement Support services are available to the community at no charge.
  • Rehabilitative Therapists: Provided under arrangement with a Medicare certified agency, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech-language therapy are available for patients that would benefit from such therapy.

Call us to discuss a personalized care plan for you and your family.

Our Savior nursing team is available 24/7 to assist you.

Call for a free evaluation.