Welcome

We believe everyone deserves the best end-of-life care available.

Our job is to give you back your life for as much time as you have. This can be as straightforward as providing companionship and practical assistance or as complicated as controlling your pain, helping you talk to your family members, or working with you to resolve spiritual conflicts. We are here to help you find physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort. Our team of staff and volunteers can help you in your home, in an area nursing home, or in the beautiful Hospicare residence. We also provide support to those who are grieving as they face the intense and unpredictable feelings that follow the loss of a loved one.

Hospice is not a place. It is a way of caring.

News and Events 

Visit our Events page for a list of upcoming special events and ongoing grief support groups. Hospicare offers special and ongoing bereavement support groups to adults and children. This extra support can be especially helpful at this time of year.

Annual Hospicare Recognition Luncheon

Thursday, October 6, 2016, noon-2:00 p.m.
Held offsite: The Space at Greenstar

Join us at our annual Recognition Luncheon as we celebrate our supporters and the communities we serve. Suzanne Anderson, MD, Hospicare Medical Director, will give the keynote address, titled "Living With Death in the Era of Modern Medicine."

We will also present the Dr. R. Roy Coats Compassionate Care Award to Bangs Ambulance, and the Hospicare Volunteer Honor to Jeannie Barnaba. Tickets are $30 per person. Reserve yours by September 28. We also invite community members to sponsor a Hospicare staff member to attend the event.

 

Women Swimmin' for Hospicare

Thank you to everyone who supported and participated in our 13th Annual Women Swimmin' for Hospicare! On August 13, 2016, 320 women swam across Cayuga Lake to support hospice services in our community. The women were escorted by 170 boaters and met on shore by hundreds of well-wishers.  Also supporting the swimmers were 140 volunteers who helped out on shore and in  the days leading up to the event.