Compassionate, Individualized Hospice Care

Hospice is a holistic approach to end-of-life care, focused on the mind, body, and spirit to bring quality, comfort, dignity, and support to patients and their caregivers. James River Hospice provides care wherever the patient calls home, whether that be in a private residence, assisted living facility, or skilled nursing facility. We provide a team of support for both the patient and their caregivers.

Our Services

Our Services

No matter the circumstances, our goal is always the same: We strive to reduce the stress on you and your family members so you can make the most of every moment you have together.

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Volunteer

Volunteer

There are many volunteer opportunities within hospice. We work closely with families and volunteers to match opportunities and personalities to meet the needs of our patients and families.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you looking for answers to your hospice care questions? Review our FAQ page for all our common questions. If you don’t see your answer, please call us at (804) 272-3300.

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  • “Our family extends our sincere thanks for your help and kindness during my mother’s illness and passing. You were a strength and comfort to all of us and everyone’s time and efforts were very appreciated during such a difficult time for my mom and all the family. God Bless you!”

  • “We are so grateful for your compassion and expertise. Your sure observations and deep skills lovingly delivered. (Name withheld) was 94 years old. The last 15 walking with Alzheimer’s but less than a week in hospice. So swift was her stepping through the veil. Because of you we gained confidence in choices and knowledge of next steps. Because of you, all her children gathered to say goodbye. Because of you, children, spouse, granddaughter were breathing in the room..,when she breathed her final sighs. Thank you for the care, affirmation and sympathy.God Bless and keep you in the holy and good work you do.”

  • “Words cannot express how appreciative we are for all the excellent care and comfort that you all have given (name withheld) and our family. When we came out of (the hospital) we thought we were going to lose him one way or the other. He now is healthy and he has regained his sense of humor. Thank you all so much and God Bless each of you.”