Our Mission

Our non-profit mission at NVNA and Hospice is to provide quality home health care, wellness, and public health services in the community.

Home. Health. Care.

Who We Are

NVNA and Hospice delivers high quality patient care, in the comforting environment of home. We are neighbors helping neighbors promoting wellness and public health services in our community. In 1920, we began with one visiting nurse and are now a vibrant organization bringing compassionate care to nearly 30 towns. 

Learn More About What We Do

We support what everyone wants—care at home.  Advanced technology helps us care for complex patients in the comfort of their own home, surrounded by friends and family.

When your doctor, hospital or skilled nursing facility recommends home, palliative or hospice care. We exist to support our neighbors in 27 South Shore communities. Just give us a call and we will work with your healthcare provider to get you started.

We provide the full continuum of care from home health, palliative, hospice and the Pat Roche Hospice Home to private services to support patients and families. As a non-profit charity, we provide wellness and public health services through NVNA SUPPORTS in 27 communities, from Milton to Plymouth, helping our neighbors. Just give us a call and we will work with your healthcare provider to get you started.

As an independent community charity, our mission is fueled by philanthropy. Donations can support anything from providing free care to eligible Pat Roche Hospice Home residents to honoring loved ones to supporting nursing scholarships and education. We work with donors to ensure that each gift matches their personal philanthropic priorities.  Generous neighbors like you and community-minded companies make everything possible. Thank you!

Palliative care is a holistic, person-centered approach that improves the quality of life and relieves the suffering of patients and families living with serious illness.

Palliative care is all about what is most important to YOU as a whole person – not just your diagnosis.

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