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Hospice of the Shenandoah

Life's final stages can be a time of comfort, growing, and sharing for families. Hospice care offers mental and spiritual preparation for death through palliative care, regardless of age, gender, nationality, race, religion, or the ability to pay.

We provide hospice care wherever it's needed - at home or in a nursing home - complete with training and support for family members and caregivers.

Augusta Health takes a team approach to hospice services, providing qualified professionals to address medical and psychosocial needs. Physicians, nurses, certified nursing assistants, social workers, physical, occupational and speech therapists, a dietitian, pharmacist, chaplain, and specially trained volunteers, as well as Care Home Medical and prescription services are standing by to help 24/7 during this difficult time.

Bereavement counseling is available for one year after a loved one's passing.

Kenneth Bird, a Disabled Veteran and Hospice Patient, speaks about his experiences


We are located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley between the cities of Waynesboro and Staunton at exit 91 on Interstate 64. We are 30 miles west of Charlottesville, 50 miles south of Winchester and 90 miles north of Roanoke.

We offer excellent end of life care to residents of the Waynesboro, Staunton, and the Augusta County area. Our offices are in the Community Care building on the Augusta Health campus.

Hospice: the Right Care at the Right Time

Video: Short interviews with actual families who have received our care. Their voices and experiences may be the best guide for those who are wondering about "The Right Care at the Right Time."