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CCH|Canton Receives Donation from Harvest for Hospice

Recently, CCH|Canton’s Professional and Community Liaison Donna Sabo and Program Director Darlene Lakin met with a dozen ladies from a group called “Stitches of Comfort.” This group runs an annual program called “Harvest for Hospice.” Through this program, the ladies create handmade items for distribution to hospice patients.
This year, CCH|Canton was the proud recipient of 106 handmade lap robes, slippers, and other comfy items. Each item is distribution, with love, to our CCH patients. In return, CCH|Canton present each craftsperson with a personalized certificate of appreciation and information about CCH. Picture here is Donna Ford, MSW, who chose some of the lap robes to deliver on her patient visits.


CCH|Lakeland Celebrates Their Volunteers

CCH|Lakeland, FL – On November 16, CCH|Lakeland their volunteers during an Annual Volunteer Appreciation Celebration in the Ballroom of the historic Lake Mirror Tower, located in beautiful downtown Lakeland, FL. More…


CCH|Branchburg Celebrates Patient’s 101st Birthday

Recently, CCH|Branchburg celebrated patient Rosemarie’s 101st birthday. Hospice Aide Juana and Volunteer Amy were on hand to help her celebrate her special day. Volunteer Coordinator Mary Ellen delivered balloons reading “101” and a birthday card to make the celebration extra special.


CCH Participates in Volunteer Coordinator Roundtable

Recently, CCH Volunteer Coordinators from 18 of our CCH|New Jersey offices joined NJHPCO Don Pendley and other NJ hospice volunteer coordinators at the semi-annual Volunteer Coordinator Roundtable, which was sponsored by the NJHPCO and held at the American Cancer Society, North Brunswick, NJ. Pictured (left to right): Volunteer Coordinators: Julieann Carrol/CCH|Clifton, Ronnie Tutty and Liza Fiebert/CCH|Sparta, and Mary Ellen Day/CCH|Branchburg.


CCH|Sioux Falls Participates in Baby Boomer Expo

CCH|Sioux Falls, SD – Recently, CCH|Sioux Falls participated in the Baby Boomer Expo. Held in Sioux Falls, this Expo was a well-attended event, with 500-600 attendees walking More…


CCH|Sioux Falls Participates in Feeding Seniors Now

Recently, CCH|Sioux Falls participated in the Feeding Seniors Now food drive to help support senior citizens in their community who may go hungry without this additional help. This is an community event that CCH|Sioux Falls has participated in for many years, happily helping those in need.


CCH|Sioux Falls’ Harrison Create Memorial Message

Recently, CCH|Sioux Falls LPN Merla Harrison responded to the request of the family member of one of our patients. She painted a memorial message, displaying her many creative talents, as well as her care and compassion for those who have lost a loved one.


CCH|Sioux Falls’ Fitzsimonds Participates in Aging Expo

Recently, CCH|Sioux Falls Volunteer Sharon Fitzsimonds attended the Aging Happy, Healthy, Wise Expo in Salem, South Dakota. She helped by polishing apples and handing them out, with a smile, to the Expo’s attendees.


CCH|Canton’s Theisen Nominated Hospice Volunteer of the Year Award

CCH|Canton, MI – Please join us in congratulating CCH|Canton’s own Pat Theisen, who was nominated as Volunteer of the Year at the Hospice and Palliative Care Association of Michigan’s More…

Welcome to Compassionate Care Hospice!

Compassionate Care Hospice is a community based organization committed to providing the highest quality of end of life care to patients, their families and close friends throughout 22 states.

The Compassionate Care team strongly embraces the philosophy that end of life care is so much more than just treating the symptoms of a disease. Treating the spirit and soul are equally important in allowing a terminally ill patient to die in peace and allow those left behind to be supported through their grief.



We are proud to be accredited by CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Program).





HIPAA Breach Notification

On July 30, 2014, there was a break-in and theft at Compassionate Care Hospice of Central Louisiana’s office located at 5417 Jackson Street, Suite B, in Alexandria, LA. Compassionate Care Hospice immediately reported the incident to local police. On or about September 22, 2013, Compassionate Care Hospice mailed correspondence to each affected individual or next of kin notifying them of the incident. The letter contains instructions for you to follow in the event that you or your loved one has been affected by this incident.

The theft included some laptop computers that were secured by a password and an external hard drive. The laptops were remotely wiped by our IT team on or about July 31, 2014. The information of the laptops included either the patient’s first and last name only or the patient’s first and last name, patient number, age, admission date, discharge date (if applicable), length of stay, location (i.e., home, hospital or skilled nursing facility) medication class (if applicable), and disposition (i.e., revocation, transfer, etc.).

If you do not receive our letter, please contact our program office at (318) 487-9400 or our toll free compliance hotline at (800) 234-8147. For more information, please click here.