In 2009, St. Paul Hospice Services became a fully Medicare-certified, licensed member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. This program provides individuals facing life-limiting illnesses, and their loved ones, with expert care, compassion, and support through the end of one‘s earthly journey. Our focus is on treating people rather than the disease, encouraging patients to remain in control of the quality of their life while remaining as physically, emotionally, and spiritually comfortable as possible.
St. Paul Hospice grief support groups are open to those served by the Hospice Program, programs within St. Paul Elder Services, or the community at large. Journey of Hope provides an opportunity to establish connections with others who have experienced loss, share stories, give and receive support, and promote good self-care. Located at the Hoffman Memory Care Resource Center within St. Paul Elder Services (please enter through the 13th street entrance). We meet on the first Thursday of each month, from 6:00-7:00 pm.
St. Paul Hospice serves any qualified resident of Calumet, Brown, Winnebago, Manitowoc, or Outagamie county and is under the medical direction of Dr. Timothy F. Goggins. Dr. Goggins is Board-Certified in Medical Oncology, Hematology, Hospice, and Palliative Care.