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Hospice is a part of the health care continuum that focuses on improving the quality of life of patients approaching the end of life.

  • It allows them to live life to the fullest by providing skilled comfort care and symptom management.
  • It offers caregivers and family members the physical, emotional, and spiritual support necessary to continue providing the best possible care for their loved ones.


At Montgomery Hospice and Prince George’s Hospice, we tailor our care to every patient and their family’s needs, making sure that skill, compassion, and cultural competence are the foundations of the care we offer to those living with an advancing life-limiting illness in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. We are an independent nonprofit hospice organization that has been serving residents of Montgomery County since 1981. In 2019, Montgomery Hospice expanded its care to include Prince George’s County. Our inpatient acute-care facility, Casey House, is where our medical staff provide short-term care for patients with symptoms that require intensive medical attention.


Our team of physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, bereavement counselors, hospice aides, and volunteers brings skilled care and physical, emotional, and spiritual support to our patients—as well as their caregivers and family members.


We are committed to providing education to our patients and their families, to professionals, and to the community. We are continuously making more resources available to help gentle the journey for those in hospice.

Caregivers and Patients

This includes information for families on how to care for a patient, advance care planning, caring for the caregiver, and hospice payment coverage.


We provide resources on patient eligibility, physician billing, pain management, end-stage indicators, and other clinical information.

Media & Video Library

Our Media & Video Library consists of our resources in various formats, such as videos and PDFs.


“I still remember the days with all of you. You not only took exceptional care of my mother—you took good care of me. We will celebrate her life and the family will always be grateful that she passed in peace and comfort in your loving hands. Grateful hugs.” – Patient’s Daughter
If you know someone who may be eligible for hospice

Anyone can refer a patient for hospice care, including a doctor, family member, or the person who is ill.


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Casey House

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Educational Resources

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Palliative Medicine Consultants