During COVID-19, we are accepting new patients daily and continuing to meet the needs of those in our care.

Even during this difficult time, Hospice of Holland can help you make the most of life. The end-of-life period can be a cherished time—a time of peaceful reflection and comfort. Although this stage of life can be confusing, Hospice of Holland is here to help. We will guide you and your loved ones along this journey, coming alongside you to provide assistance and support. Our care teams are trained and experienced in caring for individuals who are facing end-of-life—whether that be due to cancer, heart disease, or another type of illness. We are skilled at managing pain and other difficult symptoms. In fact, Hospice of Holland is the only organization of its kind with two physicians who are board certified in hospice and palliative medicine. In addition, our interdisciplinary approach means that you’ll have access to the expertise that’s needed to meet your physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Why is all of that important? Because your comfort is our top priority. Because we want to be there for you, helping you to add more life to every day.

A Season of Grief – How Can I Handle the Holidays?

Hospice of Holland invites you to a virtual grief workshop. Tuesday, November 16, 2021, 6:00pm via Zoom.

The loss of a loved one can make the holiday season an especially difficult time. The idea of celebration can be overwhelming for families. This session will discuss how to plan for the holidays while honoring your loved one’s memories. Please register by calling Hospice of Holland at 616.335.5594 by November 9, 2021 to receive corresponding materials and Zoom information.


Hospice of Holland is very grateful for the continuous support of our generous community. Support Hospice, help us achieve our mission.

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Hospice of Holland is here to help. Our bereavement counselors are professionally trained and experienced in guiding individuals through the grieving process.

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Hospice Support Groups

Support groups are offered as a space where individuals can come together to share their stories, experiences, and lives in a way that helps reduce isolation and loneliness.

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 See Hospice of Holland’s most recent news below, including long-time volunteer Sheila VandenBosch, who was given special recognition for her many years of service.

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Learn about the hospice philosophy and all of the patient care services available. This includes an interdisciplinary team approach, hospice’s role in end-of-life care, and the many benefits of advanced planning.

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“I didn’t get the chance to take the whole approach with hospice because I only had a short time, my wife went really, really fast, but anybody out there, as soon as you can, as soon as you find out all hospice, they are so caring.”

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What Is Palliative Care?

Hospice of Holland offers Palliative Care Program for patients who are suffering from an advance illness that is serious but not necessarily terminal, or for those not yet ready for hospice care.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Communicate your wishes and preferences regarding end-of-life care. Be a good listener. Discussing hospice care as openly as possible, within individual comfort levels, allows the focus to remain on comfort, dignity and enhancing quality of life.

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When Should You Contact Hospice?

You can contact us anytime. Hospice care is available to people of all ages, and anyone can call to ask for an evaluation to receive this type of end of life care. Typically, patients become eligible for hospice care when they choose to focus on comfort rather than cure, and when the physician estimates the person’s life expectancy to be months rather than years. Through physical, emotional, and spiritual care, we help patients feel more comfortable, enhance their quality of life, and provide support when it’s needed most.

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Where Is Hospice Care Provided?

Hospice of Holland alleviates the strain of caregiving by providing care directly in a patient’s home – whether that be their residence, an assisted living facility, a nursing home, or a hospital. Our service area includes Ottawa, Allegan, Kent, Van Buren and Muskegon counties.

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Contact Hospice of Holland regarding our services, and how we can help you and a loved one. No obligation.