Iroquois Memorial Hospice began caring for patients on February 14, 1996 under the direction of Carle Hospice. On August 16, 2004, Iroquois Memorial Hospice became independent and under the
total direction of Iroquois Memorial Hospital.
Iroquois Memorial Hospice serves the people of Iroquois, Kankakee, Ford, Livingston, Vermilion Counties, since 1996 and most recently Northern Champaign County. We are proud to be able to
care for our neighbors, family, and friends we have yet to meet. Our team has an accumulation of over 100 years of hospice experience.
Hospice care is a special way of providing medical, emotional, social and spiritual care to people who are living with a terminal illness. It is a philosophy of care focused on comfort for
the patient and support for the family. Hospice is available for anyone of any age with a life-limiting condition.
Our skilled team of professionals provides care in the comfort of a patient's home, nursing home, assisted and/or independent living facilities. The team consists of the patient and family,
family physician, hospice medical director, a nurse, home health aide, social worker, spiritual caregiver, grief support, and volunteers.
Hospice allows patients to live the last phase of their life in familiar surroundings with people they love. Pain and symptom management are important in order for the patient to enjoy
quality time with family, along with spiritual, emotional, and grief support.
Iroquois Memorial Hospice is licensed by the State of Illinois, Accredited by Joint Commission, and is certified by Medicare and Medicaid. The organization is a member of the National Hospice
and Palliative Care Organization.
Iroquois Memorial Hospice is a not-for-profit hospice and is located in the Iroquois Regional Health Center at 200 North Laird Lane, Watseka, Illinois.
For questions or more information, please call 815.432.0185.