Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Hospice Home
Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home is a 15-bed specialty inpatient facility for patients under hospice care. The Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home is fully staffed 24/7 to provide care for patients and families.
Arrangements for transfer to the hospice home will be made by your nurse and our administrative staff.
Comprehensive hospice care coverage is provided by Medicare and Medicaid. Many private insurance companies also offer a similar benefit. Our team will assist you in determining eligibility under your current insurance provider.
As a non-profit organization, we provide services to all eligible persons regardless of their ability to pay. Our Hospice Special Needs Fund – established by the Spartanburg Regional Foundation – raises money that directly benefits patients, families and the local community. These funds may help pay for medications, food, medical supplies and other costs not covered by insurance.
Open 24 hours
Staying at the Hospice Home
Each of the patient rooms at the Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home is spacious and private, with large windows and private patios that create a sense of connectedness with the carefully planned natural landscape that surrounds the home.
For times when prayer, meditation and reflection are needed, a chapel is available for our patients, their families and friends.
The family room, filled with comfortable furniture and featuring an inviting fireplace, offers families a place to enjoy spending time with one another and sharing memories that become so important in the final days. Children are welcome in the home, with games and toys in a play area designed especially for them.
A staff member will provide an orientation to Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home on admission.
Hospice Home Guidelines
Hospice home guidelines include:
- Children are welcome to visit; however, we ask that they be supervised.
- Pets may visit. Please speak with staff to make specific arrangements for pets.
- Large families should appoint a spokesperson to receive information.
- Families may send and receive mail privately.
- You may bring personal items such as clothing, pictures and blankets.
- See posted guidelines about bringing food into the facility.
- No weapons of any kind are permitted.