Spectrum Health Hospice is a local, non-profit hospice program, providing compassionate, comforting care for individuals who are experiencing a life-limiting illness. Our hospice care and support are provided in private homes, long term care facilities, assisted living residences, adult foster care homes and in hospitals. We work diligently with your caregivers to ensure that you receive quality care in the setting you choose. Our local care teams provide quick response times 24/7. Our service area includes Newaygo, Mecosta, Muskegon, Ottawa, Kent, Montcalm, Barry, Ionia, Allegan and southern parts of Lake and Osceola counties, including Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial, Big Rapids and Reed City hospitals.
When a cure is no longer the focus, we offer choices so you have control of your comfort, dignity, daily living and important life decisions. Spectrum Health Hospice can help you and your family through difficult times by managing pain, providing comfort and offering support and compassion.
What is Hospice?
Dr. Simin Beg, Division Chief of Hospice and Palliative Care at Spectrum Health, discusses how physicians, family, and hospice interdisciplinary team work together to provide individualized, comforting care to patients at the end of life.