We Provide Comfort and Support for You and Your Loved Ones

John Randolph Medical Center has partnered with Hospice of Virginia to bring compassionate and comprehensive end-of-life care to our community. Our partnership allows for comfortable and dignified hospice care provided by the combined expertise of the hospice and hospital team. Our four-bed hospice cluster offers private rooms for our patients. Each suite has been designed to provide them with the feeling of home, and not a sterile environment.

Hospice Guest Room

Amenities of our suites include:

  • 24-hour nursing coverage
  • Daily physician visits
  • Dedicated hospice family waiting room located across from hospice rooms
  • TV and telephone in each room
  • Pet therapy
  • Kitchenette for families
  • 24-hour visitation for loved ones

Our priority is pain and symptom management. Achieving comfort allows our patients to spend quality time with those dearest to them. Emotional and spiritual support is offered to our patients and their loved ones to help ease the transition that terminal illnesses often bring. We provide care both during the hospice stay and after with bereavement support.

Our Care Team

Our hospice team at John Randolph Medical Center is made up of professionals from a variety of disciplines and specially trained volunteers. This team works under the stewardship of a Hospice medical director to meet the individual needs of terminally ill patients and their families. The team also works with the patient and family's community of faith and/or other spiritual care resources, as requested.

Team Members at John Randolph Medical Center include:

  • Hospice Medical Director
  • Patient Physician
  • Hospice Nurses & Nursing Assistants
  • Medical Social Workers
  • Spiritual Care Coordinators
  • Bereavement Team

Hospice Care Coverage

Hospice of Virginia accepts private insurance and is a Medicare and Medicaid licensed provider. Hospice of Virginia is CHAP accredited. Medicare and Medicaid provide 100% coverage for care related to the terminal illness. This includes medical equipment, medications, oxygen, and medical supplies. Medicare and Medicaid patients will never receive a bill from us.