Hospice of the Fisher Home is an independent non-profit hospice program serving Western Mass.
Our mission is to provide expert end-of-life care that addresses not only our patients’ physical needs, but their social, emotional, and spiritual needs as well—and the needs of their loved ones. We firmly believe that each of us has the right to die with dignity and without pain. We gladly offer our services to all adults, regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation.
“You matter because you are you, and you matter to the end of your life. We will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die.”
~Dame Cicely Saunders
Founder of the modern hospice movement in England
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Compassionate Care for All
Since 2006, Hospice of the Fisher Home has been committed to providing compassionate care to our patients. Hospice is not about dying. Hospice affirms life – neither hastening nor postponing death. Hospice is about living life to the fullest with dignity and comfort.
**Due to the recent pandemic, the CDC and WHO have set guidelines to ensure the safety of the public. We have taken all appropriate measures to keep our staff, volunteers, patients, and their families/loved ones safe. Our-nine bed residence has remained open 24 hours a day and we are currently accepting patients with proper screening measures in place. Family members/loved ones can visit after a screening process by a nurse on duty. If you are visiting for the first time, please call ahead. A total of four visitors per resident per day and a maximum of two at a time. Please coordinate visits with the primary caregiver. All staff and visitors are required to wear a mask. All visitors will be issued an appropriate mask while visiting our residence. If you are traveling from out-of-state, proof of a negative COVID test is required within 72 hours before arriving in the state, or proof of full vaccination.