Healthcare Services and Programs

Hospice requirements

The time for hospice care is an individual decision that every patient and their family makes in consultation with their physician. Hospice care is beneficial when:

  • Your disease is worsening despite best medical treatment and you want to focus on comfort and quality life, and
  • Your doctor has told you that you have a limited life expectancy

Each person's situation is unique, so if you feel like you or a loved one may be in need of hospice care, ask your physician. Your physician is likely waiting for you to bring up the subject. In addition, you can take the initiative to call OhioHealth Hospice to explore care possibilities and have your questions answered.

Once hospice care is requested, we'll contact the patient's primary physician and make arrangements to have one of our OhioHealth Hospice team members visit and explain the details. Together, we will work a plan to achieve overall goals.

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Hospice Services

Hospice Services

See the services that make up our unique approach to hospice care.

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Kobacker House

Kobacker House

Learn about our beautiful, 24-bed inpatient center with comfortable amenities and serene, calming surroundings.

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FAQ

Hospice FAQs

Answers to common questions about hospice care at OhioHealth.

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Contact Us

OhioHealth Hospice
800 McConnell Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43214

In Columbus, call: (614) 566.5377
In Delaware, call: (740) 615.0540
Toll-free: 1.888.389.6231

Marion General Hospital Hospice Care
278 Barks Road West
Marion, Ohio 43302
In Marion, call: (740) 389.8930
Learn more about Marion General Hospital Hospice Care


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