Serenity Hospice Care was founded in 2006 and run by hometown nurses and physicians who had a passion and commitment to care for terminally ill patients and their families. Serenity’s owners are still very active within the company, always searching for new ways to help patients and exceed expectations. Their passion for caring for patients continues to drive Serenity.
Over the past decade, we have helped over 7,000 patients and their families.
Our mission at Serenity is to provide quality end-of-life care for patients as well as their families while enabling them to live with dignity and comfort. We accomplish this by ensuring the following (and more) from our staff:
- 24/7 availability
- Assistance with insurance needs
- Bereavement care & grief support
- Medications related to diagnosis
- Connect you with community resources
- Pharmacy services
- Respite care for up to five days
- Medical equipment
- Specialty consultations for hospice-related issues
- Spiritual, mental, & emotional support
- Symptom & pain management
“Our roots are still the same that we were founded on. We have a firm foundation built on dignity, compassion, and quality care.” – Serenity Hospice Care Team Member
We are locally owned and operated in the state of Georgia. This allows us to provide personalized care and put our patients first, every single day. Our staff serves from the heart and truly gets to know both the patient and family members. Because our caseworker to patient ratio is intentionally kept lower, our patients receive the very best care.
Serenity has fou locations which serve 41 counties throughout Georgia. Each location is equipped with skilled doctors and nurses who provide in-home emergency care so your family can avoid emergency room waits and receive appropriate care in the comfort of home. Our patients receive an abundance of care from highly skilled and trained physicians, nurses, chaplains, social workers, and volunteers.
In addition to our four locations, we have a 12-bed inpatient unit for symptom and pain management, and respite care.