Established in 1977, Hospice of Cincinnati is the fourth oldest hospice in the country, and the oldest hospice in the Cincinnati region. Throughout our 40+ year history as a non-profit organization, we continue to be on the forefront of advanced illness and end-of-life care both locally and nationally.
In 2020, Hospice of Cincinnati and the multiple advanced illness and grief programs created by Hospice of Cincinnati, joined together to form HOC Navigators– a collection of program offerings designed to help guide you through advanced illness and end of life.
Each person’s advanced illness journey is unique. That’s why our programs meet patients where they are.
The programs of HOC Navigators serve patients throughout the Cincinnati region in a variety of settings: in the home, or the place you call home, in the hospital, or in one of our four Inpatient Care Centers. If you have questions about care where you live, please contact us.
Is hospice care right for you?
CONVERSATIONS OF A LIFETIME®
Learning how to talk about end of life
Alleviating loneliness and social isolation
Providing relief from symptoms of serious illness
HOSPICE OF CINCINNATI
End-of-life care at home or inpatient
Goldstein Family Grief Center
Grief support surrounding the loss of a loved one
FERNSIDE CENTER FOR CHILDREN
Supporting children, teens and families after loss