RICHMOND, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Reid Health says it has moved its hospice program to a new location to allow for growth and to better serve patients and families. Reid Health says the hospice program will operate from a building a few blocks from Reid Hospital in Richmond.
“We’re excited to have more of a presence out in the community. We’ll have more space now for family meetings, public inquiries and our staff,” said Jessica Dixon, director of hospice for Reid Health.
The health system says the hospice program provides services in Indiana within a 50-mile radius of the hospital and offers medical care, nursing care, social worker support and bereavement counseling at a patient’s home, in nursing homes and assisted living facilities and in in-patient settings.
“This new location makes for an easier and more dedicated access point for our patients and their families. It also better meets the needs of our staff as we continue to grow our program,” Jenny Frame, hospice care coordinator for Reid Health.