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Hospice Care Means

Every last moment of life can be lived to the fullest

Care is provided with respect for individual’s and families’ wishes

Family members can say what needs to be said

Help is always at hand 

The family will have support

Grief is met with compassion

One is never alone


The Talbot Hospice Foundation offers patients and caregivers hope and dignity at the end-of-life.  It is a priviledge for our staff and volunteers to serve families during this challenging yet poignant time.

Our interdisciplinary hospice team of professionals and volunteers provide support to families and patients residing at home, in a nursing or retirement facility and in the comfortable, residential setting of our Guest Wing on Cynwood Drive. The services that we provide include; before hospice-Pathways, Hospice at Home,  BereavementSpirituality and Caregiver and Family Support Programs.

Through the generous support of a caring community, the Talbot Hospice Foundation offers services to all residents of Talbot County.   Our before-hospice Pathways program provides non-medical supportive services to those with a currently, progressing life-limiting illness. Our Bereavement services are offered to anyone, whether or not your loved one was served by Talbot Hospice. All gifts to Talbot Hospice assist in providing our services to the community. 
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Volunteering at Hospice is an equally vital way to give back to the community. Volunteers are at the front line in our mission, and they experience a special fulfillment knowing that they have helped to lessen a burden for those facing life’s final journey.

Please check our calendar for up-to-date information on support groups, volunteer training, fundraising events and the community’s beloved holiday event, the annual Festival of Trees.

Talbot Hospice House main number – 410-822-6681
Talbot Hospice Assessment and Admissions
  Rachel Mahan, Intake Coordinator 
  410-822-6681 ext. 45