of Wyandot County


Hospice of Wyandot County exists to provide an alternative to acute care for the terminally ill and their families.  The focus is to provide support and care for persons in the last phases of an incurable disease so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.  Hospice affirms life, however, acknowledges death as a normal event.

"You matter because you are you, and you matter to the end of your life. We will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die."
Dame Cicely Saunders
Founder of Modern Hospice Care

What Is Hospice?

Your Questions Answered

Do I qualify for hospice care?

Hospice cares for all ages and all diseases.  Our individualized care is beneficial for anyone with any end-stage illness, including heart, lung or kidney disease; cancer; dementia / Alzheimer’s disease; and neuromuscular disorders, such as Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, and Parkinson’s disease.

What Is Covered/Where Can I Get Care?

Hospice provides supplies, medications and equipment needed to maintain quality of life; in your home, including nursing homes and assisted living residences – wherever you call home.  We are contracted with Fairhaven Community, The Inn at Westbrook, Wyandot County Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and Wyandot Memorial Hospital.

Will Hospice Cure My Illness?

Hospice offers palliative or comfort care rather than curative treatment.  We focus on pain and symptom control that enable the patient to live as fully and comfortably as possible.

How Long Can I Be On Hospice?

There is not a time limit for hospice care as long as the patient meets eligibility requirements:  Patients and families have the ability to revoke hospice at any time if a condition or situation changes.

What Does Hospice Do?

Hospice treats the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of those they serve, supporting patients, families and caregivers offering education, training and counseling.   Services are provided using a team approach by professionals that include:  physicians, pharmacists, nurses, social workers, nutritionists, bereavement counselors, chaplains and volunteers.

What About My Family?

Hospice continues to care for the family even after the death of the patient, providing one to one grief counseling and community workshops.

How Much Does Hospice Cost?

The costs of care, medicines and equipment needed to control the symptoms of your terminal illness are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and some insurance plans.  Hospice of Wyandot County is an independent, not-for-profit company and welcomes all patients in need of hospice care, regardless of ability to pay. We have also been blessed with wonderful community support meaning you will never receive a bill from us!

Can I Call Hospice At Anytime?

Hospice is always here for you:  help is just a call away, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Non-discrimination policy

Patient services are provided without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex ( an individual’s sex, gender identity, sex stereotyping, pregnancy, childbirth, and related conditions), sexual orientation, disability (mental or physical), communicable disease, or national origin. 

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Am I Ready For Hospice?

Choosing hospice care can be a difficult decision for patients and their families.  Often people hesitate to explore the hospice option, because they are confused about hospice services or they believe it is only for the last days of a patient’s life.  The most common statement we hear is “we should have called you sooner”.  We believe that quality of life can and should be enriched at all stages – and hospice care makes the most impact on the lives of our patients and their families when it is chosen early.  Hospice can be contacted when patient and family make a choice for palliative (comfort) care rather than curative treatment.

Hospice offers patients the choice to complete their lives with dignity, purpose and peace.  Call us with any questions or to make a referral @ 419-294-5787.


Our services


Nursing services include: checking vital signs, assessing the patient, and making sure the patient has the right equipment

Aide Support

Aide services including shower, tub bath, or bed bath,dressing patient, and changing linens.


Bereavement services include: individual and group therapy for families of hospice patients.

Holistic Care

Hospice offers several holistic care options including music therapy, massage, and essential oils.

We Honor Veterans

Hospice of Wyandot County is proud to be a participant of the Hospice Veteran Partnership.

Bobby's Books

The Bobby's Books Program is comprised of multiple resources designed to give a foundation of support to children and adults who experience grief and loss issues.

24/7 Care

Hospice nurses can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our nurses provide guidance over the phone as well as emergency visits.

Spiritual Care

Spiritual guidance and caregiving from our local minister, Steve Sturgeon.

Volunteer Services

Hospice volunteers are here to provide companionship for the patient and family member.

Advance Care Planning

Living Will, Power Of Attorney, DNR, DNRCCA, DNRCC. Your questions answered.