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    Hospice staff wears red on National Wear Red Day (February 5, 2016) to raise awareness of heart disease and strokes in women.

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    Santa stops by for a visit. (Photos)

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    30th Annual Tree of Remembrance

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    Celebration of life, hope (Laurinburg Exchange)

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    Name Change Announcement


comfort and compassion
when it's needed most.


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. 

Hospice care is for patients who are considered to be in the last 6 months of life, as certified by a physician. Our care focuses on pain control and symptom management. A team of professional staff members provides personalized care for each patient. Patients receive care in their homes, in rest homes, assisted living and long-term care facilities, as well as hospitals. 


Thank you for taking the time to view the Scotland Regional Hospice website. Here at hospice, we believe in our mission statement to provide care near the end of life in order to prevent suffering. We also believe that caring for our patients’ families is one of our core responsibilities. We strive for excellence and are honored to provide care to patients and families at such an intimate time.

Whether you are viewing this website for information on hospice services or just out of curiosity, I hope you will learn that hospice care is crucial in relieving suffering and provides families support during and after life. 

Camille Utter, RN, MSN, MHA
Chief Executive Officer

 Hospice Care
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. 
Along with providing excellent care to our patients, Scotland Regional Hospice is doing great things both within our organization as well as out in the community.

Visit our news page to see what we have been up to, what we have planned, and any great information that we have to share with you.
Our photo gallery will be filled with images of our facility, our staff, and our community activities.

Each week, images will be added to the throwback gallery so that you can see how our organization has evolved from its inception to the great patient care provider that it is today.
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