Hospice of Southwest Ohio is a dedicated, professional care provider for those in need

Hospice of Southwest Ohio partners with CareBridge Services to provide palliative care in addition to hospice care.

Keeping your loved ones at peace with dignity and respect

With helping hands and open hearts, Hospice of Southwest Ohio is a source of comfort and care for those facing life-limiting conditions.

We provide hospice services in and around Cincinnati, Ohio, in the following counties:

  • Clermont County
  • Butler County
  • Warren County
  • Hamilton County
  • Montgomery County
  • Greene County 

Our mission statement

At Hospice of Southwest Ohio, we are dedicated to providing quality comfort care and support in meeting the medical, emotional, spiritual and psychological needs of our patients, families, caregivers, staff and community in a way that affirms life and supports choices in an environment of dignity and respect. Hospice of Southwest Ohio’s caring employees and volunteers are empowered to fulfill this vision … with every patient … every day.

Locally owned and operated since 2006

With helping hands and open hearts, Hospice of Southwest Ohio provides care, comfort and compassion for those facing a life-limiting illness. We have a dedicated team of nurses, caregivers and volunteers whose main goal is to keep your loved ones at peace – in a place surrounded by care and compassion.

Hospice of Southwest Ohio serves four counties, with the highest reputation for treating patients with the care, dignity and the respect everyone deserves.

We are proud to have a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation which advocates for patients and their families through public outreach, education and research. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life for people who are suffering, along with their families and loved ones. Donations to the foundation are tax deductible.

Chaplains

When spiritual support is requested, our chaplains can provide counsel to both the patient and their family.

Physicians

Our team of physicians is led by HSWO’s medical director. Personal physicians are paired with each patient, and assist with directing the full patient care team.

Home Health Aides

For day-to-day personal care, home health aides act as the liaison between the hospice team and the patient’s family.

Social Workers

Our social workers are trained for the hospice environment, and provide emotional support and counsel to both patients and families.

Nurses

Specially trained in hospice care, our nurses excel at symptom management and are available 24 hours a day to provide support and answer questions.

Volunteers

Generous volunteers offer companionship to patients and their families, assist with day-to-day tasks and more.

Want to learn more about Hospice of Southwest Ohio?

Our team is available to help with questions regarding hospice care, palliative care, grief support or anything else you have concerns with, 24 hours per day, seven days per week at (513) 770-0820.

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