Hospice House

Individualized care provided around the clock

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Hospice

Hospice care with a special touch where ever you reside  

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Home Care

Quality medical care in the comfort of your home

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Palliative Care/Chronic Disease

Learn more about our palliative care and chronic disease management program
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Welcome to Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care!  

As the first hospice in our area, Prairie Home Hospice has long set the standard for end-of-life care in Lyon  County and the surrounding area.  Today, we continue to lead the way, with innovative programs that honor choices, preserve dignity and address the needs of those we are so privileged to serve.

In late 2013 our name changed to Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care. To expand the continuum of care, we added home health services and began serving patients in February 2014. We also added Prairie Home Salon & Spa in late 2013. We added this as a social enterprise venture.  Funds generated through our Salon & Spa help to support the hospice mission.

As a nonprofit, community effort owned  by the community, supported by the community, and shaped by the communities we serve—we care for all  who need us, regardless of ability to pay.

Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care is a private, voluntary, non-profit organization. We offer hospice, home health and salon & spa services. Our primary market area is Lyon County, Minnesota and the surrounding area. 

MISSION:   We provide quality care to individuals in the comfort of their home.

VISION:   Our vision is to ensure that:

  • The individuals and families we serve experience compassionate service, quality care, physical comfort, a sense of emotional and spiritual well being, and peace of mind in a way that enriches their lives.
  • There is a culture of collaboration among and between patient, family, medical partners, hospice staff, volunteers and the community.
  • There is community awareness of hospice, palliative and home care and the services we provide.
  •  Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care is the provider of choice for hospice, and palliative care in the region.    

VALUES:       We value:

  • The right of every patient to receive quality medical care that is consistent with their values and preferences.
  • Excellence from highly motivated, competent and empowered staff, volunteers and board members.
  • Respect, honesty, integrity, confidentiality, trust and professionalism.
  • Responsible stewardship of the gifts and resources with which we have been entrusted.

Additional resources we provide include:

  • Five Wishes
  • Grief Groups
  • Caregiver Support including Powerful Tools for Caregivers
  • Living Well with Chronic Conditions 

 We are very appreciative of the support we receive from the community through donations, memorials and grant funds.  We are extremely thankful for our board, volunteers and staff who work hard to provide quality care!  

We are a proud member of We Honor Veterans, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the Veterans Administration which is designed to empower hospice professionals to meet the unique needs of dying veterans.

 

 

We have received grant funding from:

 Otto Bremer Foundation 

Marshall Community Foundation 

Lyon-Lincoln Electric Trust, Inc.

 

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Contact Us

408 E. Main St. Suite 8
Marshall MN, 56258
507-337-0080 Office
507-929-0473 Nights and Weekends
507-337-0081 Fax

Did you know?

If you have a serious illness, click the link for some tips on talking with your doctor: Ask Your Doctor

 

For the 2016 Annual Report, please click the link: 2016 Annual Report

 

Upcoming Events

   Save the Date   Saturday, April 7, 2018   Charity Ball and Auction

 

Volunteers Needed: See Bottom of Home Page for Details

 

You Can Help

 
 

"A hospice home  provides continuity of care by hospice staff and family members in a quiet and peaceful place, thus enhancing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of hospice patients and family members." 
-Sister Helen Janssen

"When dying at home is no longer an option, what could be more loving than a "home" providing 24 hour compassionate care." 
- Barb Moore, Social Worker

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