Home Care & Hospice

We offer a continuum of care, from specialized therapy to nursing and comfort care, in the familiar surroundings of your own home. Whether you need medical services after a hospital stay or assistance with symptom management at the end of life’s journey, we’re here to walk alongside you.

Care tailored to your individual needs

We believe quality of life is important to all of our patients.  Whether you recently had surgery and are on the road to recovery or you are nearing the end of life and seeking comfort, Goshen Home Care & Hospice will walk alongside you and your family.  Our entire care team is committed to identifying and meeting each person’s needs in their place of residence.  We recognize each patient will walk a different journey and we are here to walk alongside of you.

Our Team

Home Care

Our home care team is specially trained to provide a range of home health nursing, social services, therapy, and aide services.  Home care is for patients who are not able to leave their home routinely, so we bring our services to you.  We work closely with your provider to make sure your physical needs are being met.  We develop an individualized plan for you in your home to help you get back to living your best life.  We help our patients to be safe in their home and learn to manage their own health.


We believe quality of life is as important as the length of life.  That’s why we respect your individual concerns, preferences, and values for hospice services.  Our care team, comprised of nursing, social services, chaplains, aides, and volunteers will provide services to help you and your family walk this difficult journey.  Our hospice recognizes the impact military experiences may have on the lives of veterans and their families.  That’s why we participate in veteran-specific education programs through our partnership with the We Honor Veterans program.  It prepares our team to help guide veterans towards a peaceful end of life.   We provide bereavement services for families for the first year, a year that can be difficult without your loved one present.

Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Advance care planning – It’s important for adults of all ages


    Do you get a little uncomfortable thinking about how you want to live at the end of life? You're not alone. That's why it's important – at any age – to make decisions about medical care you want if your health starts to decline. It's equally important to share your plan with loved ones who may need to make decisions about medical treatment for you.

  • What to expect with in-home medical care visits


    We're all getting used to physical distancing these days, but it's even more challenging when you need health care in your home. Wound care, blood tests, even rehabilitation services call for a personal touch. And that means close contact, not the recommended six feet apart.

  • Planning ahead takes on new meaning during COVID-19


    There’s never really a right time for us to discuss with our families what kind of medical care we want when we are nearing the end of our lives. Ideally, we’d like to be able to think clearly – at that time – and tell our doctors and our families what we want. But that’s not possible for everyone.

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We can help

Call us to find out how we can help you and your family on your unique journey.

Phone: (574) 364-2700
Fax: (574) 364-2835

(800) 446-4663