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Grinnell Regional Hospice

Here for you with hope, dignity, and compassion

Grinnell Regional Hospice provides caring compassionate support for individuals and families experiencing terminal illness.

The philosophy of hospice is that death is a normal and natural part of living. It seeks to reduce suffering and to increase the quality of life for individuals and their families experiencing advanced stages of a terminal illness. Hospice is a choice that should be carefully considered by patients, families, and health professionals.

When hospice services are needed, consider Grinnell Regional Hospice.

Our hospice your local, community non-profit hospice provider in our area. Our staff is dedicated to the philosophy of care and compassion while providing excellent medical care. Grinnell Regional Hospice seeks to exceed the needs and expectations of every individual that we are privileged to serve, with all the services available from your community hospital, Grinnell Regional Medical Center.

Grinnell Regional Hospice is a Medicare-certified, nonprofit hospice and a service of Grinnell Regional Medical Center. Dr. James R. Paulson serves at the medical director and is board certified in hospice and palliative medicine.

For more information, call Grinnell Regional Hospice at 641-236-2418 or email shuls@grmc.us.

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Testimony

 

“Knowledge is power and it helped us to understand what to expect and understand the process as it was happening,” explains the family of the late Eugene Lang, Grinnell.

“The hospice team’s experience with the end of life process assisted in preparing our family with realistic expectations. The material was beneficial in educating us, especially as dad entered the final stages of life.

One important concern was dad’s pain management. The hospice team made pain
management a priority. They always asked him what his pain level was and if they needed to
adjust it.

They provided so much, even with dad in GRMC’s palliative care room. We felt it was
important to have a family member stay with dad 24/7. The hospice team and nursing staff at GRMC went out of their way to accommodate both dad and our family during these final days.

Anything dad wanted was at his disposal. What a nice touch for his final days!”

Comments shared by Ron Lang, son of Eugene
Lang