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Heritage Hospice, Inc.

Heritage Hospice, Inc. provides compassionate care for patients and families during the journey through life-limiting illness. Heritage Hospice, Inc. enhances life by empowering patients and their families to better cope with physical, emotional, social, and spiritual concerns in the final stages of life. Heritage Hospice, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing services to patients in their homes and nursing facilities. 

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Sarah's Heart Bereavement Camp for Kids

May 25, 2021

Everyone grieves differently and kids are no exception. The annual Sarah's Heart Bereavment Camp for Kids is a one-day traditional fun-filled camp experience with grief education and support.…


Spring 2021 Newsletter

May 10, 2021

Blue Jean Ball

May 6, 2021

Join us for our annual Blue Jean Ball event May 14, 2021 - May 21, 2021. This years virtual event is FREE. Simply register at https://handbid.app.link/hhi-bluejeanball or scan the QR code to c…

Laura Joans joins Heritage Hospice Palliative Care

April 14, 2021

Heritage Hospice, Inc. is pleased to welcome Laura Joans, APRN-C to the Heritage Palliative Care Services. Joans joins the program with over 40 years of nursing experience. With a background a…


Donate today

Each donation made assists Heritage Hospice, Inc. in providing quality end of life care and services to patients and their families in Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln, and Mercer counties. Heritage Hospice, Inc. also offers a special way to remember your loved ones in the form of a memorial brick featured in the Memorial Brick Walkway located at the entrance of Heritage Hospice, Inc. Please know that your support continues to allow Heritage Hospice, Inc. Donate to make a difference in the lives of others. 

Our Services

Our Services


Heritage Hospice, Inc. provides a multidisciplinary approach to care that includes the patient and family. Our team includes physicians, registered nurses, madical social workers, and more.


Palliative Care

Palliative care involves addressing physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual needs, as well as, facilitating patient autonomy and access to information and choice.



For up to 13 months following the death, specially trained hospice bereavement staff and volunteers are available to provide assistance to family members dealing with grief and bereavement.