Mercy Hospice

Quality End-of-Life Care for Canton and Surrounding Communities

Watching a loved one suffer from a terminal illness is one of life's greatest challenges. But patients and their families don't have to face end-of-life difficulties alone. Hospice is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to care for terminally ill patients and their families.

The program is physician directed and also reflects the belief that the quality of life may be enhanced by dying at home. Hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death.

Hospice and Palliative Care

Mercy Hospice also works closely with Mercy Palliative Care, which provides total treatment to prevent and ease pain that may result from serious illness. Mercy Palliative Care recently received a quality award from the Supportive Care Coalition for our palliative medicine model in a diverse care setting.

Discover the Joy of Doing Something Memorable - Make a Donation

discover joy graphicIn lieu of flowers, consider a donation honoring a caregiver or making a gift in memory of your loved one. Your gift ensures the compassionate, spiritually-centered, holistic care you’ve come to expect from Mercy Hospice.

Extraordinary people making extraordinary gifts leave a legacy of caring for generations to come. For more information on other ways to make an outright gift, bequest or charitable gift annuity, please click here.

For assistance in estate planning or other legal or tax issues please contact one of our preferred professional advisors.

 

Sign up for Our eNewsletter!

Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date
with the latest news from the Mercy Medical Center!

Subscribe to Mercy Foundation Newsletter

* indicates required
Email Format