Hospice treats the person, instead of the disease; focuses on the family instead of just the patient; and emphasizes the quality of life. Hospice allows terminally ill patients and their families to experience the end together, in the comfort and security of home or a home like setting. Hospice uses the combined knowledge...
Hospice care is palliative care, but not all palliative care is hospice care. 

Palliative care is a medical specialty backed by an interdisciplinary team of physicians and nurse practitioners that supports the attending physician’s care of patients with serious and life-threatening illnesses.
Since 1986, Scotland Regional Hospice 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. 
The Bereavement Counselors at Scotland Regional Hospice are committed to the health and well-being of people anticipating or affected by the death of a loved one. Counselors offer a warm and caring presence so individuals and families can freely express their grief. It is our hope that through these helpful relationships, healing and readjustment can take place. 
Hospice chaplains reflect our mission to provide comfort care using a holistic approach to healthcare. Spiritual care is critical to a person’s overall sense of well-being and comfort. While all people are not religious, all people are spiritual beings. As trained spiritual care providers, chaplains offer an open, sensitive, and non-judgmental presence while respecting different beliefs, cultures, and values. 
Do you have questions about hospice care? We have provided the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions like: When is the right time to ask about hospice? What do I do if I think someone that I love needs hospice? Who will provide hospice care? How does hospice care work to keep a patient comfortable? 
Located just behind Scotland Regional Hospice's administrative offices on Lauchwood Drive in Laurinburg, Morrison Manor offers a home-like setting for patients and their families, 24-hour clinical staff providing the highest standard of personalized care, 12 comfortable state-of-the-art bedroom suites offering privacy for patients and families in need of a quiet retreat, gathering areas for families to make themselves at home, our chapel which allows a quiet setting for reflection and reading, an enclosed garden and covered porches for residents to gather with their friends and family.
Referrals are accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Patients may be referred to Hospice by family, friends, clergy, or health care providers. To make a referral online, click the link above. You can also make a referral by calling (910) 276-7176, or toll-free (877) 276-7176.
Volunteering at Scotland Regional Hospice is a great way to lend your time and talents to a worthwhile cause. Whether answering phones in our office, assisting with our annual golf tournament, or spending time with patients and their families, you can make a difference in our community.

With 120 volunteers donating more than 7,500 hours annually, the staff at Scotland Regional Hospice considers volunteers to be the "heart" of the organization. Volunteers are involved in every aspect of the program, graciously donating their time and talents. 
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