At Lutheran Hospice, we believe that your loved one deserves superior care, lively memories, and a painless, active end-of-life.
When you or a family physician chooses Lutheran Hospice, you are not giving up. Instead, you’re choosing to give your loved one a longer, more vibrant final chapter.
Providing care to patients of all faiths and beliefs, our medical professionals and volunteers help you and your loved one to create more memories and spend more quality time with your family, friends and loved one. Our highly-trained medical team, caregivers, and volunteers are not only there to work with you to craft an individualized care plan but to also be your helping hand, the one you can always lean on during this difficult time.
Each member of our team strives to make a difference in your daily life, forging relationships and bonds with each family that we are blessed to work with. We work to blend Lutheran Homes of South Carolina's popular six dimensions of wellness—physical, spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social, and occupational—to allow your loved one dignity and a sense of purpose throughout their end-of-life care. Whether with a volunteer visit for more social opportunities or even simple hand-holding from our medical professionals, we’re here for you, your family, and your loved one whenever you need us.
Lutheran Hospice is proud to bring compassionate hospice care to your loved ones in the Upstate, Midlands, and Lowcountry. With a variety of custom services based on your loved one's beliefs or life, allow us to create an atmosphere that fosters great memories and comfort where their wishes are always at the top of our minds.
South of Kershaw
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Sometimes we walk through life somewhat forgetting how wonderful people can be, then an illness comes upon a loved one and suddenly from the beginning they creep into a life situation with generous, loving hearts. I don't know that I have ever been so deeply touched for all that came forward. Watching hospice workers work together totally focused on my husband Norm, as well as family with generous hearts is something I will never forget. I was and continue to be deeply touched. Bless all.