Heart’n Soul Hospice, a minority-owned hospice care company, was co-founded by three men with extensive experience in the healthcare, spiritual care and hospice arena with the focused commitment to bring dignity and respect to all Americans, of every race and economic status, with the Heart’n Soul Hospice Difference. Our dedication to professionalism, a pursuit of excellence, and unparalleled compassionate care for our patients and their families, has elevated Heart’n Soul Hospice's reputation in the eyes of our colorful communities and the world of hospice services.
NPR’s A Martinez talks to Ben Marcantonio of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, about in hospice care, how the focus is not about preparing for death, but for living a full life.
A new hospice agency in Nashville is focused on increasing the use of end-of-life comfort care by Black families.
Diversity and inclusion efforts have been at the forefront as hospice providers increasingly work to bridge racial gaps in access and equity to end-of-life and serious illness care. Heart and Soul Hospice in Nashville, Tenn., is among the providers working to improve hospice utilization amid underserved populations, with representation of a diverse staff and leadership team an element driving access.
This time, it didn’t take much convincing for Mary Murphy to embrace home hospice.
When it comes to end-of-life care, one hospice is making a difference in the lives of Black families. Heart and Soul Hospice, of Nashville, Tennessee, is a Black-owned hospice organization that focuses on the needs of Black families facing their own mortality.
Data shows that Black patients in Nashville made up only 19% of hospice patients despite Black people being 27% of the population, NPR reports.
Thank you all for your kindness, care and compassion for Tom and for me! I am so grateful that Tom finally found peace when he passed. Heart’n Soul helped provide that special care for my husband.
Again, thank you everyone.