Rose Monahan Hospice Home in Worcester, MA
The Rose Monahan Hospice Home is a homelike place where individuals facing a terminal illness may live and receive hospice care. Our compassionate hospice staff also offers emotional and spiritual support to loved ones.
The Rose Monahan Hospice Home has 10 private bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and patio or deck overlooking the wooded yard and Coes Pond. Nurses are on staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Rooms are fully furnished with a mix of antiques and contemporary pieces. Bedrooms are equipped with an electric hospital bed, cable television, nurse's call system, telephone, dresser, and closet. (Take a photo tour.)
Families, friends, and other guests may visit as often as they like. Although there are no set visiting hours, guests are asked to respect the privacy and comfort of other residents.
The two-level home, complete with elevator, offers ample space for quiet family discussions or private reflection in cozy nooks. For socializing with others, the common living areas are the dining room, sun dappled living room, sundeck, and shaded patio.
The residence was established by the former Hospice of Central Massachusetts, now part of VNA Care Network & Hospice, in 1997 and designed specifically to provide housing for terminally ill individuals of all ages.
Most insurance policies, including Medicare and Medicaid, cover visits by the hospice team, medical equipment, and medications related to terminal illness. The room and board fee is covered by many insurance plans. VNA Care Network & Hospice staff will help determine insurance coverage and make every effort to create flexible solutions for those who seek care.
Staff are available to answer questions, provide tours (directions), and arrange for residency at the Rose Monahan Hospice Home. For more information, please call 781-569-2888.