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AseraCare - Greenville

AseraCare is one of the nation’s premiere providers of hospice and palliative care services. Our family-centered approach works to ensure that the needs and wishes of both our patients and their family members are met throughout the hospice experience.

Professionals from AseraCare help manage the entire spectrum of challenges and needs related to a terminal diagnosis. It is our objective to help reduce the stress and pressure on our patients and their families, allowing them to make the most of their remaining time together.

This office serves Pitt, Beaufort, Lenoir, Edgecombe, Martin, Greene and Washington counties including the towns of Greenville, Winterville, Farmville, Ayden, Grifton, Washington, Chocowinity, Bath, Belhaven, Kinston, Snow Hill, Tarboro, Williamston and Plymouth.

Tollfree Phone: 800-685-4525
Office Phone: 252-756-3803
Office Fax: 252-756-3815

 

Services Offered

  • RN available 24/7 
  • Hospice aides
  • Social worker 
  • Spiritual guidance and pastoral counseling
  • Dietary consultations
  • Bereavement counseling
  • Pain and symptom management
  • Medical director oversight and visits
  • Respite, inpatient and continuous care

 

 

AseraCare - Greenville has achieved Level Four Partner Status in the We Honor Veterans program, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs. By recognizing the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families, veterans are accompanied and guided through their life stories toward a more peaceful ending. Learn more.

 

Volunteering

Volunteers play an important role in the philosophy of care at AseraCare Hospice. They provide support to patients and their families that helps enhance the patient's quality of life and reduce the family's caregiving burden.

Every hospice volunteer has something special and significant to contribute, and we welcome new ideas and contributions.

Volunteers are needed in the following areas:

  • Public relations to recruit volunteers and assist public relations manager with referrals
  • Administration for assisting with medical records
  • Indirect care for phone calls to patients and families
  • Harmony of Hearts music ministry
  • Bereavement care for follow up with families
  • Direct care and companion care for friendly visits
  • Vigil team to help with patient and family support during crisis management or active dying process

 

       

Contact Ann Kearney at 252-756-3803 for more information on volunteering.

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