A leading provider of Hospice & Palliative health care.




TRUCARE HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE SERVICES is recognized as a leading provider of choice for hospice/palliative care. TRUCARE HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE SERVICES provides services seven days a week with on-call availability; assigning consistent, highly trained and skilled staff and caregivers; offering specialized programs such as hospice and palliative care, and meeting or exceeding all home care outcome standards.

We guide and support individuals and their caregivers coping with illness, aging, dying, and loss by providing compassionate medical, emotional, spiritual, and personal care.

There are many reasons to select a TRUCARE HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE SERVICES for your loved one's Hospice/Palliative Care needs:


  • Focused on exceptional patient care

  • Highly trained, experienced professional staff

  • Committed, long-term employees

  • Clients are seen within 24 hours of referral

  • Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) accredited, Medicare certified

  • History of high customer satisfaction

  • Dedicated to a mission of serving 



Meet our team

Our highly trained and experienced hospice/palliative care team works with you and your family to address all of your needs and make the most of your time together.


  • Your family doctor directs your medical care and treatment.

  • Your Hospice Medical Director supervises your care.

  • Registered Nurses are experts in pain and symptom control to keep you comfortable and alert.

  • Social Workers support you and your family and help coordinate community resources.

  • Chaplains provide spiritual support and work with your faith community.

  • Home Health Aides help with your personal care needs.

  • Trained volunteers offer companionship and relief to clients and their caregivers.

  • Grief Support Counselors (Licensed Social Workers and Chaplains) provide support to family and friends for up to 13 months after a loved one's death.



"Life has a beginning and a natural life should have a proper end. … People make a mistake in thinking that the hospice movement is about dying. It is about living."

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize

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