In the face of COIVD-19, we are reminded of the importance of living well up until the moment we depart this earth. The Hospice of Davidson County staff ensures a meaningful and supportive end-of-life experience for both patients and caregivers.
Due to the expertise and compassion offered by the Hospice of Davidson County staff, our family was given love, hope, and healing while under their care. For that, and many more reasons, they remain my Hospice Heroes. Thank you!
– Laura Owen, CEO, Hospice of Davidson County
Thank you for all that you do to assist families with a terminal illness and for the sincerity, care and comfort you bring to our patients and their families.
– Makeba Gregg, Hospice of Davidson County Board Member
I want to thank everyone with Hospice of Davidson County for the compassion and courage to do what’s right for its patients. To have employees volunteer to take care of potential Covid-19 patients is a testament to the organization, as well as leadership to be fully supportive, shows how special Hospice of Davidson County is throughout the organization.
– Ken Hall, Hospice of Davidson County
VP Board of Directors
The unwavering support shown by the clinical staff of Hospice of Davidson County has been so inspiring! Your commitment to continuing the highest quality of care during these unprecedented times shows your true character. You are all so amazing!
– Charla Darr, Hospice of Davidson County
Community Relations Coordinator
Thank you so much for the sacrifice you make by being on the front lines with your patients. Your dedication and love for people is to be highly acknowledged. Again thank you.
– Letha Holbert, Thomasville
Awesome angels serving an AWESOME GOD! Thank you for your loving care in such a heart wrenching time in peoples lives.
– Pam Forrest, Lexington
My heart and Love go out to you who serve those who can not serve themselves…
I see and hear the works of Love,
I glaze at the amount of labor that is involved.
I see the mighty sacrifice,
and I have Peace knowing someone cares………God Bless you all
– Donnie McBride, Lexington