Gulf Coast, Mississippi – Singing River Hospice of Light (HOL) is celebrating 30 years of service and the grand opening of its new location in Lucedale with an open house celebration.
A ribbon-cutting celebration will be held on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 2210-B Mills Street Extension in Lucedale, MS. HOL extends an invitation to the families and friends of former patients to attend this significant milestone. The community is invited to meet the team, enjoy refreshments, win door prizes, and tour the newest Hospice of Light office.
Singing River Hospice of Light takes pride in being a longstanding provider of compassionate, expert, end-of-life care to patients and families for the past 30 years. The HOL footprint spans across six southern Mississippi counties, including George, Greene, Harrison, Jackson, Perry, and Stone. HOL is the Coast’s only joint commission-accredited hospice program, consistently meeting the highest safety and quality performance standards.
“We are proud to be an established provider of hospice services for 30 straight consecutive years along the Gulf Coast. Our long-term tenure shows our unwavering dedication and passion to delivering specialized hospice care to patients and their families.”Ashley Sneed, Clinical Marketing Liaison, Hospice of Light
With one of the largest hospice teams on the Coast, our group of 16 registered nurses, 6 certified nursing assistants, and 3 social workers brings 244 years of cumulative experience in providing hospice care. Services include in-home, general inpatient, respite, and continuous care. Family members who lose loved ones are offered up to 13 months of bereavement services. Additionally, Bereavement Support Groups are always free and open to the public to anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one, whether they are receiving hospice services or not.
HOL is also honored to be recognized and specially trained to provide quality end-of-life care to veterans. Through a comprehensive assessment and implementation process, the staff gains insights into specific traumas and associated health risks, enabling them to tailor care for veterans and locate additional resources as needed.