The Hospice & Community Care campus includes the Wayne T. Patrick Hospice House, the Hospice & Community Care Community Building, and the Marie Bott Sanctuary, all surrounded by gardens.
Situated on 10 acres off India Hook Road in Rock Hill, SC the campus provides a blend of convenience and serenity. It’s easily accessible to interstates and highways, and other healthcare facilities. Our campus was designed to offer physical, social, emotional, and spiritual care for people with terminal illnesses and their families.
Wayne T. Patrick House
As the area’s only free-standing hospice house, the Patrick House provides Hospice & Community Care patients with expert care for pain control and symptom management, offers caregivers an opportunity for respite, and furnishes a safe, secure place for patients who may need residential hospice care.
Staffed around the clock by registered nurses and nursing assistants, our team of physicians, social workers, counselors, volunteers, and chaplains are available for both patients and their families.
“How blessed we were that Jim could end his journey at the Wayne T. Patrick Hospice House! Every aspect of the journey has been acknowledged and addressed with such love and consideration. The results were absolutely perfect in every way. The atmosphere is so comforting, the staff so compassionate, so skilled, so respectful and so loving. Thank you for making this journey as easy as possible for Jim and his family.”
Within our Community Building are offices for our administrative team, bereavement, medical records, and other supporting departments. We have various meeting rooms which are available for external groups, including:
A focal-point of the campus, the Marie Bott Sanctuary offers a place of solitude and comfort. A round chapel design, Marie’s Sanctuary is glass allowing guests visions of our gardens from any place within. It is available for quiet prayer and meditation and is often used to host memorial services. Marie’s Sanctuary is non-denominational and open to all.
Understanding the importance of nature and its therapeutic impact, the campus of Hospice & Community Care boasts a number of gardens and outdoor therapy areas. Green spaces and water flow promote calmness and offer areas conducive to deep thought and reminiscence.
We welcome monetary gifts to support the planting of flowers, shrubs, and trees to nurture our gardens. These gifts may be given in honor and remembrance of loved ones.