Click here to see a photo album from our Volunteer Appreciation Banquet, held May 21.
Admissions Nurse Cindy Goins, pictured at right, has earned Scotland Health Care System's top award for its associates. Read more about Cindy and this outstanding honor by visiting this link.
Learn more about the comfort and compassion we provide to patients and families each day. Watch our video here.
Learn how you can volunteer your time and talents at our upcoming volunteer training sessions, beginning June 9. Visit this link for details on signing up.
The local community joined forces with Eaton Golf Pride to raise more than $144,000 at the 29th annual Hospice of Scotland County golf tournament, held April 14-15 at Scotch Meadows Country Club in Laurinburg. Click this link for all the details...
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Since 1986, Hospice of Scotland County has been committed to providing exceptional, compassionate end-of-life care to people in our community. A team of professionals and volunteers, including physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplain, and bereavement counselor, provides personalized care for each patient and family we serve.
Hospice care is for patients who are considered to be in the last 6 months of life, as certified by a physician. Our care focuses on pain control and symptom management. A team of professional staff members provides personalized care for each patient. Patients receive care in their homes, in rest homes, assisted living and long-term care facilities, as well as hospitals.
People We Serve
Hospice of Scotland County serves patients and families who live in Scotland, Robeson, Richmond and Hoke counties in North Carolina, and Marlboro, Dillon and Chesterfield counties in South Carolina.
What Is Hospice?
The term Hospice comes from a medieval word for a place of shelter for travelers on a long or difficult journey. Today, the word "Hospice" represents a special kind of care designed to provide support for people facing a life-threatening illness. Hospice care helps patients carry on an alert, pain-free life, and manages other symptoms. The goal is to help patients live as fully and comfortably as possible, minimize pain and suffering, and provide emotional, social and spiritual support to the patient and family.
Hospice understands that when a person has a life-threatening illness, their family and friends are also affected. Because of this, Hospice considers the entire family, not just the patient, as the "unit of care." Patients and families are included in the decision-making process. Bereavement counseling is available to the family following the death of a loved one.
Hospice offers help and support to the patient and family on a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week basis. Patients routinely receive periodic in-home services of a nurse, home health aide, social worker, family support and other members of the Hospice team.
Hospice treats the person, not the disease. Hospice professionals and volunteers address the medical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of the patient and family.
Hospice offers comfort care, sometimes called palliative care, rather than care aimed at curing the disease. The latest methods of pain and symptom control enable the patient to live as fully and comfortably as possible.
Hospice emphasizes quality of life, rather than length of life. Hospice does not slow down or speed up death; it affirms life and regards dying as a natural body process.
Hospice is a covered benefit under Medicare, Medicaid and many private insurance plans. Hospice provides medication, medical equipment and supplies to aid in symptom control and comfort management.
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South Carolina Office: 210 E. Gibson Ave., McColl, SC 29570. Phone: (877) 276-7176