Membership in The Carolinas Center

means being a part of an organization exclusively focused on advancing the quality of hospice and palliative care and assuring its continued excellence and accessibility.  Since 1977 we have been the leading voice for end of life care in North and South Carolina, working on your behalf to support the dedicated and professional work you do in your communities. The Carolinas Center is distinctly qualified to help hospice and palliative care providers manage today’s challenges as we strive for quality end of life care in the Carolinas.  It is a responsibility we take seriously as we all work together for the good of the patients we ultimately serve.

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We advocate for your needs with a strong voice.
Our staff is well connected with state and federal government policy-making agencies; with insurance payors; and with other state and national groups ensuring that you have a seat at the table and that your voice is heard.  See a complete and ever-growing list of partners at Member Benefit: Collaborations.
We are your keen eyes and ears with regard to regulatory, quality and compliance matters.
Our updates are quick, concise, in context, and solution-oriented.
Premier Education -- you can't succeed without it.
Our educational offerings set the standard for hospice and palliative care professional development. Offered in a variety of formats, The Carolinas Center's educational programs are timely, accessible, and affordable, giving you what you need to be successful.
We work from the inside on community Initiatives.
We work with others who are also on the forefront on community initiatives that you care about, such as Advance Care Planning and the Hospice-Veteran Partnership.
We are an extensive network of hospice and palliative care providers across the two states.
Like you, our network's focus is providing the best care possible to the families they serve.  Like you, they are continuously stretching themselves to hone their own clinical and non-clinical skills, keep up with the shifts in regulations, balance excellent care and services with financial sustainability, and maintain the public trust in the current climate of hospice scrutiny.