Welcome to the
Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society!
The Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society knows what exceptional service truly means. Our expertly trained care team provides compassionate care during some of the toughest life transitions. Our Rotary Hospice House is a ten-bed facility equipped to accommodate those looking for palliative end-of life-care, respite, and pain management services. Our Solace centre provides community outreach which includes caregiver, bereavement support, and comfort to our community.
The Prince George Hospice Society has officially changed our name.
Our new name is the Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society (PGHPCS).
Care at Rotary Hospice
At the Rotary Hospice House, we believe that everyone deserves the best quality of care until the end of life. We offer pain management, respite care, and quality end-of-life care with the goal of ensuring you are living as fully as you can with your life-limiting condition.
Grief Support Programs
The loss of a loved one is one of the most challenging life experiences. We have trained grief support workers on site along with volunteers available for care and support. We understand that people need to talk about their grief and we are here to listen with an open heart.
Volunteer today and support a local community organization. Opportunities are fitting for everyone from directly working with the guests at the Rotary Hospice House to volunteering at our Resale store or participating at events. Tell us your talents and specialties and how you can help Hospice!
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