Catawba Regional Hospice

15.06.2016
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Catawba Regional Hospice, founded in 1979 as one of the first 3 hospices in North Carolina, is a community-based organization providing hospice medical care, patient and family support, and spiritual comfort throughout the multi-county Catawba region. From Lake James to Lake Hickory to Lake Norman, we serve patients and families regardless of diagnosis, age, gender, nationality, race, faith, sexual orientation, disability, or ability to pay. CRH is licensed by the state of North Carolina, certified by Medicare and Medicaid, and nationally accredited. We operate two hospice houses – a 21-bed house on the Newton campus and a 6-bed house in the Lake Norman region.

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On May 4, 2016, Catawba Regional Hospice premiered its Service Before Self Award, naming Keith Berry as its first recipient. Click here to read about the creation of this award and CRH’s commitment to employee appreciation and their encouragement of personal excellence among their staff.

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