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Finding the best hospice to serve you and your family is an important decision. Beginning hospice care should be done sooner rather than later in order for both patients and families to fully experience the physical, emotional and spiritual benefits of comfort focused care.  Our team of hospice experts work daily to provide support not only to you, but your entire family while helping patients achieve goals and enhance quality of life.

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Many communities have more than one hospice; some operating as for-profit agencies and some as

non-profit agencies. The quantity and quality of all services can vary significantly from one hospice to another. Non-profit hospices are community supported and therefore often offer an enhanced level of service that may not be found elsewhere. Visit Hospice Compare to see how

Hospice Brazos Valley exceeds standards and compare hospices in your area.




Asking the right questions is key to making the best choice.  In the article, "How to Find a Good Hospice Program", Consumer Reports created the following list of questions about the most important things you should look for in a hospice program: 

  • Not-for-profit status and 20 or more years of experience

  • Hospice-certified nurses and doctors on staff and available 24 hours a day

  • Ability to provide care in nursing homes and assisted living residences.

  • Medicare approval in order for Medicare to cover services, including equipment and home health aides as needed, plus counseling and grief support for the patient and the family.

Hospice Brazos Valley welcomes the opportunity to speak to you and provide you with information about how we meet or exceed each of the above standards.  Call us toll-free at 800.824.2326.


Hospice Brazos Valley is the only non-profit hospice serving 17 counties in Central Texas with three offices to serve you in Bryan, Brenham, and

La Grange.  Should you live outside of our service area map pictured right, and are seeking a hospice that serves your area, please visit the following organizations to find hospice care in your area:

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance (TNPHA)

Counties served by Hospice Brazos Valley:

    Bryan Office              Brenham Office       La Grange Office

   Falls*       Leon*           Milam*     Burleson           Colorado*

  Brazos   Madison*          Waller      Harris*             Fayette* 

   Grimes  Walker*              Montgomery*                 Austin       

       Robertson                      Washington                     Lee*

*indicates only a portion of the county served by Hospice Brazos Valley. 

Call 800.824.2326 for specific information

and to determine if you reside within our service area.

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Hospice Brazos Valley's professionals are always available to answer your questions, will work to restore peace, and provide you with the information you need to achieve your goals during this difficult time.

Toll-Free 800.824.2326

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