When Time Matters Most
Serving the Underserved
Putting the Patient First
Or In Residence
Proudly serving Orange & Rockland counties for over 30 years
United Hospice, Inc. (UH) is a community-based, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization offering compassion, care, and comfort to individuals facing serious illnesses and to their families.
United Hospice—Here for the Hudson Valley
Hospice Care at Home
United Hospice provides compassionate, specialized hospice care wherever the patient is most comfortable. This is often in the familiar setting of home, surrounded by family and friends. Our nurse practitioners, medical doctors, and caregivers come to the home and provide customized therapies—allowing for the highest quality of life for patients and their loved ones.
In-Residence Hospice Care Options
Alternatively, United Hospice can offer hospice care wherever the patient calls home. This means we can offer services in a variety of settings—such as a local hospital, an assisted living facility, or a group home. We can even provide hospice care in a nursing home. Many patients and families choose to receive round-the-clock medical care in the beautiful and peaceful setting of our Joe Raso Hospice Residence centrally located for residents of Rockland and Orange counties.
Hospice Emotional & Spiritual Support
Facing a serious illness often produces worry, fear, and emotional pain for patients and those they love. During this sensitive time, United Hospice offers emotional and spiritual support services to both our patients and their loved ones.
Hospice Bereavement & Grief Support
The passing of a loved one can naturally be a time of intense emotion. United Hospice offers bereavement support and grief counseling to families for up to 13 months following the death of a loved one. Our dedicated, compassionate staff of social workers is here to help families adjust.
It’s never too soon to learn about options that provide support.
Call today about the help you need when it matters most.
Why Choose United Hospice?
Hospice is the answer. After being informed about what hospice is and not the myth we think that it is, everybody agreed to let the old man have peace. I think together, hospice and the family, we’ve done a good job. We’ve done an excellent job. You should not have any fear contacting your hospice organization. Thank you, hospice, for all you have done.
John O’Hara, United Hospice Patient
It seemed almost intuitive how the United Hospice professionals understood our family’s particular needs. I didn’t know they personalized care for each family.
United Hospice helped my mother maintain a quality of life in the nursing home — enjoying activities, family, and friends, until her very last day.
I want to thank all the staff at United Hospice for their help and support during my wife’s last days; especially the nurses, the Home Health Aide, the magic masseuse, the spiritual guides, the social worker, and now my one-to-one bereavement counselor. All treated my wife with kindness, grace and dignity.
Husband of United Hospice Patient
I love United Hospice. This is the best organization ever created. It’s a beautiful thing, the way you honor the veterans. All wonderful people, absolutely wonderful.
Wife of Veteran & United Hospice Patient