Life is precious. Live every moment with compassion and dignity.

Hospice of the Northwest brings hope to individuals and families facing a life-limiting illness. Our team provides expert medical, emotional, social, and spiritual support that contributes to the best possible quality of life—at any age, wherever you are on your journey and wherever you live. We come to you, focusing on your needs and goals, so you can live each day to its fullest in comfort and dignity.

Life is precious.

Live every moment with compassion and dignity.

Hospice of the Northwest brings hope to individuals and families facing a life-limiting illness. Our team provides expert medical, emotional, social, and spiritual support that contributes to the best possible quality of life—at any age, wherever you are on your journey and wherever you live. We come to you, focusing on your needs and goals, so you can live each day to its fullest in comfort and dignity.

Hospice is a philosophy of care about living life to the fullest.

It’s about dignity, grace, and hope. It’s about making your own choices and controlling how you live.

Hospice of the Northwest helps you live fully with dignity and on your own terms. We provide compassionate care along the journey by focusing on palliative care at the end of life and by supporting the family, friends, and loved ones who care about you

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More than your typical hospice

From the moment you begin services with Hospice of the Northwest, you and your loved ones have a dedicated care team made up of compassionate, end-of-life experts. Your interdisciplinary team is focused on your individualized needs and goals, with a holistic approach tailored to care for the whole person, including your circle of support. Have peace of mind knowing that someone will pick up when you call, 24/7.

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