For patients whose end-of-life care needs cannot be effectively addressed in the home, the Gordon Hospice House in Statesville offers comfort, compassion and care when it matters most.
State licensed and accredited, the 15-bed Gordon Hospice House provides residential and acute care around the clock in a warm, inviting and homelike environment that puts patients and their families at ease.
Our in-patient hospice house is ideally suited to meet the needs of patients who either do not have a caregiver available in the home or who require more complex treatment than the family caregiver can manage at home.
In addition, patients who have been hospitalized and whose care needs are too acute for home-based care can be transferred to our hospice house, allowing them to be released from the hospital environment sooner than would otherwise be possible.
The Gordon Hospice House is a state-of-the-art facility that is designed to promote the comfort of our patients and their families, with features including:
We also invite you to visit our Hospice FAQs page to find answers to some of the most common questions about hospice care.
Brandi Harris serves as Hospice & Palliative Care's Gordon Hospice House Director. Brandi is new in her role but spent many years providing supervison to the multidisciplinary homecare team in Mooresville and helped the organizaiton achieve Hospice Honors and Hospice Honors Elite.
Brandi received her associates degree in nursing from Mitchell Community College in 2010. She went on to receive her bachelor's degree in nursing from Gardner Webb University in 2017. Brandi has over a decade of nursing experience in theory and practice with many years focused on nursing management.
Brandi currently lives in Statesville and is inspired daily by her three children.
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