Hospice of Randolph County and Hospice of the Piedmont Announce Intent to MergePosted on Apr 10th, 2019 | Perma Link
Hospice of Randolph County plans to merge with Hospice of the Piedmont, effective September 30, 2019. This is a wonderful opportunity for two mission-driven, not-for-profit organizations to join together in order to better meet the needs throughout our Piedmont Triad communities.
Hospice of the Piedmont possesses the same quality of care and commitment to excellence as we do. With this partnership, we can eliminate overlapping service areas, improve patient services and better fulfill our mission of providing the highest quality end-of-life care possible in an ever-changing healthcare environment.
Our primary goal will remain focused on helping individuals seek the care they need on the terms they choose. There will be no immediate changes to our programs and the care currently being provided to our patients will remain unchanged during this transition.
Please click here to view our Media Release and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) related to this upcoming transition.
"This collaboration will allow the valuable hospice mission that was built by members of this community to continue for many years to come."
Billie Vuncannon, President/CEO, 1983 - 2000, Hospice of Randolph County
"Partnering with Hospice of the Piedmont will provide both organizations with resources that will create a greater capacity to support the needs of those throughout the community."
Rhonda Trollinger, Board Chairperson, Hospice of Randolph County
"I am passionate about hospice care and the difference that it makes in the lives of my patients. Hospice of Randolph County is an incredible organization and I feel confident about their decision to join together with Hospice of the Piedmont."
Dr. Christine McCarty, Associate Medical Director, Former Board Chairperson, Hospice of Randolph County
"We love being hospice volunteers because we see the difference that it makes in our community! We are excited to work together with even more volunteers that share our passion for hospice care as we partner with Hospice of the Piedmont."
Bonita Campbell, Event Volunteer for 36 Years, Hospice of Randolph County and Debbie Dennis, Event Volunteer for 33 Years, Hospice of Randolph County
"I have full confidence that joining together with Hospice of the Piedmont will allow all involved to continue to provide the highest level of care to those they serve, which has been and will continue to be both organizations' highest priority."
Denise Durand, Director of Patient Care Services, 1994 - 2017, Hospice of Randolph County
"We have firsthand experience with the meaningful care and support that Hospice of Randolph County provides. Partnering with Hospice of the Piedmont will have a positive impact and strengthen the reach of hospice care in our communities."
The Petty Family Foundation, Hospice Family & Community Partner, Hospice of Randolph County