Events

Hospice Regatta/5K
2012 Hospice/Regatta 5k Participants




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Run for Hospice 5k Results




Albemarle Hospice supports fundraising events through out the year to raise monies for care of the terminally ill.

Proceeds raised allow Albemarle Hospice to continue to provide care to persons in the last phase of life so they live fully and as comfortably as possible and to assist families through the loved one's transition.

Albemarle Hospice uses donated funds to pay for services for indigent and limited insurance coverage patients needing hospice services in the six county area served.

The types of services provided are: skilled nursing, nurse aide, medical social work, chaplain and volunteers for bereavement services, which are provided to the family thirteen months after the loss of a loved one.

Other services include medical equipment such as hospital beds and oxygen. Also includes medications and supplies related to the terminal illness.

The two larger fundraisers are the Albemarle Hospice Regatta and Albemarle Hospice Golf Tournament.

Albemarle Home Care and Albemarle Hospice accept tax deductible donations that are used toward the care of patients with limited or no insurance coverage.

With your support we are able to improve the quality of living in Northeastern North Carolina.

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Other events include educational, recognition and support services throughout the year. These events include:
  • Annual Memorial Service
    This event is held in November of each year by Albemarle Hospice Staff and Volunteers in memory of past patients and in honor of their families.
  • Volunteer Training
    This training is held quarterly at Albemarle Hospice. Volunteers are a very important part of the care provided by Albemarle Hospice.
  • Grief Support Meetings
    Meetings are offered quarterly by Albemarle Hospice staff. These meetings are a time of support and reflection for loved ones.
  • Hospice Foundation of America Annual Educational Teleconference
    The Teleconference is held annually in early Spring of each year. This event helps to meet the need for a broader understanding of the role of hospice care for the community and other professionals about end-of-life care.
  • National Home Care and Hospice Month
    Each November, we honor health care administrators, nurses, clinicians, therapists, aides, social workers, chaplain and volunteers who make a remarkable difference in the lives of patients and their families. This is a time to exemplify the high regard we hold for home care and hospice professionals and the special relationships that they maintain with patients and their family members.
  • FREE speaker for any engagement on a variety of topics. Topics include: Understanding Services Available for You (Home Care, Hospice, CAP, Adult Day Health Care), Patients' Rights/ Choices, Preserving your Joints/ Back Safety, Preventing Falls/ Making Your Home Safe, Hospice Care at Home or in the Nursing Home, Grief, Bereavement, and Loss, Pain & Symptom Management, Talking About Death Won't Kill You, (Living Wills & Health Care Power of Attorney Forms), How to Communicate with Your Doctor. Please Contact us at 252-338-4066 for more information.


Your commitment helps build awareness and education about Hospice care to residents of the Albemarle area. Please contact us for more information or call 252-338-3357.





Phone: (252) 338-4066 or 800-478-0477 | Hours: M - F 8am to 5pm On-Call 24/7

Albemarle Home Care, Albemarle Hospice, and DayBreak Adult Day Health Center do not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or on the basis of disability or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits of its programs and activities, or employment.