When hospice care at home is no longer an option, our beautiful, home-like facility allows CarePartners Hospice patients to have an improved quality of life in their final days.
The Hospice Solace Center was designed to offer adult and pediatric hospice patients an environment that is as comfortable and close to home as possible. Our 27 private rooms are spacious, with natural woodwork and views of our surrounding gardens. The Center also features:
CarePartners Hospice Solace Center honors John F. Keever, Jr.
Mr. Keever was a well known and much beloved physician assistant who received hospice care at CarePartners. He died from prostate cancer in 2003, and the building was named in his memory at the request of an anonymous donor who contributed $1 million dollars to the project. The CarePartners Hospice/Solace Center opened in July of 2005.
Members of the community, individuals from across the country, local and national foundations, and other donors, agencies and funding sources contributed to the dream of creating a peaceful and loving home for those nearing the end of life. If you’re interested in supporting hospice projects and programs, please visit the CarePartners Foundation.