​You Have a Right to Choice

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a chronic or serious illness, you should ask for Hospice of the Western Reserve by name. 

Anyone—an individual needing help to cope with a serious chronic illness, a spouse or family caregiver or a medical professional—can call Hospice of the Western Reserve to start the admissions process or simply inquire about services available. We're here to help. 

Physicians, social workers and nurses often assist family members by initiating the call. We encourage early referrals and admissions because our services are not limited to those with just days or weeks to live

your-needs-choose.jpgEarlier admissions—when the prognosis is weeks or months rather than days—allows patients and their families time to benefit from caring and life-enhancing programs. A range of services and activities that improve quality of life give our families the support and time they need to prepare, plan and address any unfinished business.
We are a nonprofit hospice. That means Hospice of the Western Reserve isn't bound by the needs of shareholders or a compensated board of directors. Our focus is solely on the well-being of our patients and families and on the welfare of the entire community.

We Can Help​​​

Speak with the referral team by contacting us seven days a week, 24 hours a day. An in-person visit can be scheduled the same day it is needed.


Northern Ohio's Hospice of Choice

More than 1,000 Hospice of the Western Reserve employees and 3,000 volunteers live and work side-by-side in the same neighborhoods with our patients and families. We are privileged to have cared for more than 100,000 Northern Ohioans since our inception. ​