sullivan county river with a bench for viewingIn 1993, Hospice in Orange County, Inc. officially expanded to Sullivan County and became Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties. Hospice teams and volunteers travel throughout Sullivan County to provide a range of end-of-life care and emotional support services like grief counseling and bereavement support groups to patients and families in and around:

  • Bethel
  • Callicoon
  • Cochecton
  • Delaware
  • Fallsburg
  • Forestburgh
  • Fremont
  • Highland
  • Liberty
  • Lumberland
  • Mamakating
  • Neversink
  • Rockland
  • Thompson
  • Tusten

Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties provides care to the entire area, regardless of the list above. Residents who require 24-hour hospice care during their final months can also reside at our Kaplan Family Hospice Residence, a facility for palliative care. Families and patients can relieve stress, make memories, and enjoy homey rooms, recreational areas, kitchen facilities, a spa, a meditation room, gardens, and a chapel.

Click here to find out more about our Kaplan Family Hospice Residence and its services.

sullivan county nurse walking with a patientHospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties was founded in 1988, with an aim to provide compassionate end-of-life care. Our team of experts includes nurses, aides, social workers, bereavement specialists, and more, all with the intent of working directly with the patient and their family to manage pain and provide support. Although we don’t provide curative treatment, Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties takes every step to ensure our patients feel comfortable. Most, if not all, of hospice services are covered by major health insurance plans, Medicare and Medicaid. In cases where individuals are uninsured, sliding fee scales are available. If you or a loved one has been given a prognosis of six months or less, you can contact us at 845-561-6111 or email us at info@hospiceoforange.com and find out what your options are.