15 Years of Experience !
" I love how Harbor Grace cares for their patients." - Wanda Hickman
What is Hospice?
Hospice is a special kind of medical, emotional, & spiritual care. If someone you love has an incurable illness, & treatment can no longer keep the illness under control, there are still things you can do. Even when life cannot be prolonged, comfort & symptom management can virtually always be provided, & hospice aims to do just that. Hospice is usually delivered in your home because that is where most people want to be in their final months. Hospice comes to you. Hospice can also be delivered in a nursing home, in a personal care home, or other similar facilities where your loved one lives. When your loved one joins hospice, you will get regular visits from our team, & you will have access to care 24 hours a day. Sometimes loved ones are too sick to stay home. That is why we have a beautiful facility where your loved one can get round-the-clock care. The hospice philosophy is not just for your loved one. A team of com- passionate professionals will help, support, & advise you at every step. There is almost always something that can be done to improve the quality of life for those approaching death. That’s what hospice does. Hospice aims to provide comfort & dignity for your loved one, & peace of mind for you & your family.
"The staff at Harbor Grace has a wonderful way or making you feel like family." - Kim Wilson
The mission of Harbor Grace Hospice is to provide end of life care with dignity, grace and compassion to the patients and families we serve.
Harbor Grace Hospice is a 22-bed Inpatient Unit and located in downtown Atlanta, across from Atlanta Medical Center. Harbor Grace has Home Care Services in 22 different counties as well as provides Pediatric Service for patients that meet requirements. Since its opening in 2010, it has earned a reputation of excellence
throughout the hospice and healthcare communities. For more information, Please click links to the right hand side.
Our Hospice Team
Your Loved One. Our Priority.
Expert in symptom management, the Hospice Medical Director is a physician specially trained in the control of pain and management of symptoms. The Medical Director leads the team in the development and implementation of the individualized plan of care. She is available to work with the patient’s attending physician and is involved in community education.
Volunteerism is an essential component to hospice practice, and Harbor Grace Hospice integrates volunteer services into the plan of care whenever needed.
15 years of
We’re the only inpatient hospice unit located within I-285.
Inpatient Opening Hours
OPEN 24HRS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK.
Mon - Sun: 24hrs
Home Care/ Corporate Office
500 Lanier Ave. W Ste.401
Fayeteville, GA 30214
320 Parkway Dr. 4th Floor
Atlanta, Ga 30312
Bartow, Butts, Carroll, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dekalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinett, Henry, Lamar, Meriwether, Newton, Paulding, Pike, Rockdale, Spalding and Upson
Serving Metro Atlanta and the following counties:
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