Nurse Practitioner


Hospice Care


At Faith Hospice, we are here to serve in every way needed. We are dedicated to providing expert care and compassion to ensure the well-being of each patient, their loved ones, and their families. Because it’s more than hospice care that defines us. It’s personal care. It’s family care. It’s every level of physical, emotional, and spiritual care one can imagine or would ever need.

IN-HOME HOSPICE CARE Our specialized medical staff, aides, social workers, counselors, and chaplains help serve the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of both the patient and their loved ones in the comfort of their own home. Whether you live in your own residence, a family member’s home, a nursing home, or an apartment, we bring our hospice services to you—making sure you receive the medical care required to keep you comfortable, explaining things to keep you and your caregivers informed, and providing emotional support to bring you and your loved ones peace.
TRILLIUM WOODS INPATIENT HOSPICE FACILITY Faith Hospice is one of the few hospice organizations in West Michigan to offer the option of a warm and welcoming hospice inpatient facility. Our Trillium Woods medical staff specialize in hospice care, serving with expertise and compassion, whether for a short-term stay that focuses on treatments so patients can return home in comfort, respite stays to relieve caregivers, or longer-term stays for ongoing treatment and care. Whatever the need, Trillium Woods offers a peaceful, family-centered atmosphere with 24/7 medical care. Plus, each of our 20 private rooms feature a convenient pull-out sofa, private bathroom, and a peaceful balcony or patio. Trillium Woods also offers a non-denominational chapel for worship, prayer, or meditation.    
EXPERT CARE In order to provide the highest level of care, Faith Hospice employs specialized physicians in hospice and palliative medicine as well as nurses, social workers, chaplains, and aides, all specially trained in hospice care. Each is experienced at delivering responsive and compassionate care to help ease physical and emotional pain and bring peace to both our patients and their loved ones.

I will be your champion.

Sara, Social Worker

I think one of the gifts of being a hospice nurse is you don't look at why anymore, you look at ... Okay, you have this patient and this is the end of their life, so what can you do to make that beautiful. Make that last journey good. Make their last days count.

—Tiffany, Residence Manager