• Hospice Care

    End of life care

Heartland Hospice Serving Raleigh-Durham

At Heartland Hospice Serving Raleigh-Durham, we offer care for the mind, body, and spirit of our patients and for their family and loved ones. Our care is designed to support patients and families wherever they are in their health care journey.

We believe wholeheartedly in the power of the individual, the importance of relationships and the value of respect and dignity to everyone at every stage of life.

Our goal is to create a positive difference every day, to make a personal connection, and to create memorable moments that will enrich your life. You have hopes and expectations. Your goals are our goals.

The Heartland experience means trying to exceed your expectations in every way. What Makes Us Different?

  • You don’t have to give up hope to get hospice. Many patients and the loved ones who care for them say they wish hospice care had started sooner.
  • Treatments that provide our patients with comfort and relief may continue, uninterrupted, even after we’ve started providing hospice care.
  • We don’t require that advance directive choices be made such as a “do not resuscitate” order (DNR) or living will to begin providing hospice care.
  • When you need care, we’re ready to provide it. Any day of the year, any time of the day, we can initiate hospice care for you or your loved one.
  • Our heart stretches across the nation. At any given time, Heartland provides comforting care to thousands of patients in communities and neighborhoods across the country.
  • We’re fully accredited by CHAP, the Community Health Accreditation Program. We’ve chosen to follow their additional requirements in order to help advance the highest standards of community-based care.
  • Wherever you are in your health care journey, we’re there to meet you.
  • As mutual care providers, we work closely with your health care professionals to make sure specific protocols are followed closely.

In addition we offer:

  • Advanced staff certification – certified hospice and palliative care nurse
  • Referrals and admissions 24-hours a day, 7-days a week
  • Admission follow-up phone call within 24-48 hours after admissions
  • Home IV therapy
  • Encouragement for patients’ physician to be attending physician
  • Patient-focused care with patient/family maintaining control
  • Heartland clinicians sent to the Emergency Dept. to meet patients who have gone to the hospital
  • Onsite referral coordination
  • Pet and Music therapy
  • Vigil Volunteers for patients at end-of-life

Heartland Hospice Serving Raleigh-Durham

(888) 436-8482. Website 4505 Falls of Neuse Road
Raleigh, NC 27609