At Longleaf Hospice, we recognize that grief and bereavement are a natural human response to any significant change, transition or loss that we experience in our lives.Read More
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Backed by decades of medical expertise and healthcare management experiences, our physicians and staff are dedicated to providing comprehensive care that allows our patients to remain at home and enjoy normal activities as long as possible.View Our Services
Routine Care is the most common level of hospice care and is provided in the patient’s place of residence. Click the title above to learn more.
Special group of screened and trained individuals to assist each patient and their family in a way that best suits their needs. Click the title above to learn more.
Camp Kate is a bereavement camp for children who have experienced a close personal loss through the death of a parent, grandparent, sibling or other close relationship. Click the title above to learn more.
a few words from families who have trusted Longleaf with their loved ones
I want to thank you for the wonderful love and care you provided for my mother during her last few months at Benton House. She received the best care possible, and I will always be grateful for that. I received numerous calls and updates on my mom's condition from staff members and your Chaplain. A sweet lady took gentle care of my mom and allowed me to cry on her shoulder. You have a very caring staff.
Thank you for all you do. I already had an appreciation for it, but it's ten fold now. You all took a lot of stress off of a stressful time in my family's life. We thank you for everything!
I truly believe that my mother’s quality of life has been enhanced by the immeasurable amount of care and positive energy surrounding her. My dad, my sister and our pastor all take ownership in her care.
To all of you who gave such great care to Clay, I thank you. It meant so much to have him at home and his pain controlled during his last weeks and days.
What we anticipated to be the beginning of the darkest period of our lives turned into an adventure of opportunities – filled with warm memories and the joy of new friends.