Hospice care is a decision to be made by you and your loved ones. Upon election, you are choosing care centered on comfort rather than cure. Roper Hospice is here to provide you and your loved ones with physical, emotional and spiritual comfort in your home or other care facility.
What is Hospice?
Hospice is not a place you go but a concept of care. Hospice care provides comfort and support when faced with life-limiting illness. Hospice care maintains dignity and understanding throughout a challenging time. Most importantly, hospice care enriches those final moments so dear to you and your loved ones.
Who is Hospice For?
Roper Hospice proudly serves the Tri-County area of Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley counties. Hospice is for anyone with a life-limiting illness. Our staff will be glad to assist you with verifying your eligibility and insurance coverage.
Diagnosis may include:
- ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Failure to Thrive
- Liver Disease (end stage)
- Parkinson’s Disease (end stage)
- Pulmonary Disease (end stage)
- Renal Disease (end stage)
- Trauma/Head Injury
- Other Life-Limiting Illnesses
Our team is here to ensure that you and your loved ones are actively involved in the care planning process. We are here to assist you in meeting your healthcare needs wherever “home” is.
Our interdisciplinary team includes:
- Registered Nurses
- Medical Social Workers
- Spiritual Counselors
- Bereavement Counselors
- Registered Dietitian
- Certified Diabetes Educator
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
- Hospice Aides
Roper Hospice believes that by exemplifying our mission of healing all people with compassion, faith and excellence, we will provide you and your loved ones physical, emotional and spiritual comfort.
We know you may have a lot of uncertainties during this time. We are here to answer any of your questions and provide additional information.
1483 Tobias Gadson Blvd, Suite 208A
Charleston, SC 29407
A donation to Roper Hospice is a thoughtful way to honor a loved one or someone who provided you or your loved one with compassionate care.