Their rich history is deeply rooted in the communities they serve. Founded in 1888, the Home for Incurables served patients coping with aging, chronic, and terminal illnesses. In 2001, they changed their name to The Washington Home & Community Hospices to reflect their expanded services: hospice care in patients’ homes and in ‘Williams House.’
For over 125 years, Washington Hospice has been meeting the healthcare needs of area citizens. Every day, at least 325 women and men receive their:
- Long-term residential care
- Alzheimer’s and dementia care
- Rehabilitation after surgeries, strokes, & illnesses
- Inpatient and in-home hospice care
Washington Hospice have stayed relevant through the years by giving quality healthcare, keeping pace with innovations, and adapting to the evolving needs of their communities.
Keith Eig currently serves on the Washington Hospice Board.