Recently, Hospice of Davidson County launched a new look to encourage those facing life-limiting illnesses and their family members to “find comfort here.”
The new logo features green and gray lettering with a winding gray road. Hospice of Davidson County selected green for its refreshed logo to represent the serene and supportive services the agency provides for patients, families and caregivers. The gray road symbolizes the journey of the patient and their family toward finding comfort at Hospice of Davidson County.
“The mission of Hospice of Davidson County has always been to enhance quality of life at end-of-life by providing expert physical, emotional and spiritual care,” said Hospice of Davidson County CEO Laura Owen. “We’re excited to refresh the agency’s look to better reflect what we do and how we can help those living in the Piedmont Triad.”
Over the past three decades, Hospice of Davidson County has been entrusted to provide end-of-life care for thousands of the community’s residents in a variety of locations including private homes, long-term care and skilled-nursing facilities and at the Henry Etta & Bruce Hinkle Hospice House located just off Highway 64. The Hinkle Hospice House is the only inpatient hospice facility in Davidson County. This 12-bed inpatient facility offers 24-hour pain management and specialized medical care in a home-like, caring environment.
The Hospice of Davidson County care team is made up of specially trained professionals that include a hospice-certified physician and nurse practitioner, nurses, social workers, aides, grief counselors, spiritual counselors and skilled volunteers. With the family’s involvement, the team prepares an individualized plan of care that focuses on addressing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of each patient and those who love them.
In addition to patient care, Hospice of Davidson County supports hundreds of bereaved members of the community as they process their grief and start to heal following a loss, supporting them as they move forward with their lives.
Hospice care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid, veteran’s benefits and most private insurance. Thanks to generous community support, Hospice of Davidson County continues to fulfill its commitment to care for all members of the community in need of end-of-life care, regardless of their ability to pay.
For more information on Hospice of Davidson County, visit HospiceOfDavidson.org or Facebook.
Contact: Erin McCloskey