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Stories from the Piedmont

Read about the latest news, patient stories, and service offerings of Hospice of the Piedmont.

Coming Soon: Cardiac Care

Hospice of the Piedmont will be working to understand the needs of patients, family members, and clinicians, developing evidence-based tools that improve quality of care, communication, and costs.
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HOP Seeking Fabric Mask Donations

As the pandemic continues on, Hospice of the Piedmont is
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When Someone you Love is Terminally Ill: Anticipatory Grief during the Holidays

Grief is one of the most powerful emotions we experience.
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Elderly couple sitting together and smiling

What to Look For in Advanced Care

Whether you find yourself looking for advanced care planning for
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Lisa’s Love of Art Lives On

The art kept her going. It gave her something to
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Journeys Virtual Camp

Earlier this year, our Center for Children’s Journeys team held
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Faith, Family, and Coconut Cake: Secrets to Longevity

She is amazing – so sweet and so dear, a
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HOP Celebrates a Happily Married Couple

In 2014, Werner Sensbach fell ill and was diagnosed with
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70 Not-For-Profit Hospice and Advanced Illness Care Providers Launch Toll-Free 24/7 Hotline

Caregivers and others seeking care at home for people with
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Veteran Marks 87th Birthday with Pinning Ceremony

When you’ve both been in the military, you connect with
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