Lower Cape Fear Hospice, Inc.
Rating: 4.33 stars 6 6 reviews
Mental Health, Health, Human Services
1414 Physicians Dr Wilmington NC 28401 USA
Lower Cape Fear Hospice provides professional health care and comfort to the those with a life limiting illness and offers hope, support and education to patients, their familes and the community.
It has been our privilege and honor to have served more than 20,000 patients and their families in Southeast North Carolina over the last thirty years on life’s last journey.
Infants, children, and adults who face a life-limiting illness are hospice patients. Their disease diagnosis can include cancer, end-stage chronic illnesses such as lung, heart, and kidney disease, Alzheimer’s, dementia, strokes, ALS, and neurological diseases.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Infants, children, and adults who face a life-limiting illness are hospice patients.
Geographic areas served:
Southeast North Carolina
Hospice End of Life Health Care; Palliative Care is health care for individuals of any age who have a chronic, life-limiting illness but are not ready for Hospice care; Two In-Patient Hospice Care Centers - Whiteville, North Carolina and Wilmington, North Carolina; Grief and Bereavement Counseling for Adults; Sunrise Kids and Camp Sunshine Bereavement Counseling for Children.
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8 people found this review helpful
I have known abou Lower Cape Fear Hospice for a long time as I am a retired Nurse. I had a brief encounter with Hospice in 2007 when my brother was very ill and passed away in the hospital, then in 2008 my father became very ill and wanted to stay at home to die. Hospice was very helful in making that happen and have been very supporative to my entire family.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Greif couseling and in Community outreach programs
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The ability to relax while my family member was under their care.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
like family and treated the patient the way God meant for us to treat each other
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Have more inpatient beds but the staff could not get any better they are all wonderful
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About every six months
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