Hospice of Randolph County has been the leader in end-of-life care for the Randolph County & Asheboro, North Carolina area since 1983. We also provide hospice and home health care services in Guilford, Davidson, Alamance, Chatham, Montgomery and Moore Counties.
Hospice of Randolph County is a non-profit health care organization with a primary mission to provide loving hospice care to those facing a life-limiting illness. The organization also provides regular home health care services to those needing regular skilled nursing visits at home. In addition, the general public can also access our grief/bereavement services department when facing the loss of a loved one. All of our services are available to both adults and children.
Hospice of Randolph County is accredited through ACHC (Accreditation Commission for Health Care, Inc.), meaning that all of our policies, practices, health care services and other agency procedures meet or exceed industry standards.
The agency was started in 1981 by a group of concerned Randolph County citizens who wanted to offer an option to those who desired to receive pain and symptom care in their own home (Read more about our history). In 1983, Hospice of Randolph County served its first patient and has since touched thousands of lives in our area.