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A physical therapist from NVNA and Hospice taking the blood pressure of a home care patient.

  Home. Health. Care.  

Our Mission

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

Home: Classes
A physical therapist from NVNA and Hospice walking outside with a patient.
An aerial view of the Pat Roche Hospice Home in Hingham, MA.
A home health aide from NVNA and Hospice providing a telehealth demonstration to a patient during a home visit.

NVNA and Hospice is proud to deliver quality care in the convenience of a patient’s home. 

Certified home care services are ordered by a physician, require skilled care (e.g. a nurse and/ or physical therapist), and are paid for by Medicare or other health insurances.

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.

In addition to our in-home hospice services, we offer the Pat Roche Hospice Home, a beautiful 12-bed hospice home in Hingham that provides a dignified and peaceful environment for residents facing a life limiting illness.


We are the first non-profit, independent hospice home of our kind on the South Shore.

Our private pay services provide home health care for your loved ones. Our nurse-led staff of caregivers, homemakers, and companions provide a variety of supportive services that help promote the safety and security of clients and their environments. 


As part of our charitable mission,  NVNA and Hospice offers wellness and public health services to neighbors in our community. From illness support groups to bereavement groups and individual grief counseling, our continuum of care extends to the whole family.

Accessing Our Care

An elderly couple sitting together during an NVNA and Hospice home care visit.

How do I become a patient?

In order to receive care from our agency, patients must obtain a referral from their primary care physician.


Patients can request NVNA and Hospice by name should a care provider indicate that services are needed.

a registered nurse reading the blood pressure of a NVNA and Hospice patient.

How often can clinicians make patient visits?

Our clinical team is on the road seven days a week caring for patients across the 27 towns we serve.


Individual visit frequency is determined by a patient’s specific needs.


Should you have a scheduling question, please call our main office at (781) 659-2342 to speak with our team.

A filtered photo of NVNA and Hospice’s Pat Roche Hospice Home in Hingham, MA.

How do I reach the Pat Roche Hospice Home?

The Pat Roche Hospice Home, located at 86 Turkey Hill Lane in Hingham, MA, is owned and operated by NVNA and Hospice.


If you are seeking care for a loved one, please call our main office at (781) 659-2342 and press 2 to be connected with our hospice team.


To contact the hospice home reception desk with questions about visiting hours or tours, please call (781) 783-1627.

NVNA nurse speaking to smiling patient

“Your support and guidance has been invaluable to our family as we navigate the challenges of caring for a loved one at home.”

– NVNA and Hospice patient family

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