Diversity and Inclusion
Treasure Coast Hospice is saddened by the heartbreaking events, loss, and anguish unfolding in communities across our nation. As a hospice provider, we believe that everyone deserves compassion, comfort, peace and dignity not only at the end of life but throughout life’s journey. We do not condone racism or discrimination of any kind in our society.
Since 1982, Treasure Coast Hospice has provided exceptional, quality care to patients and families facing serious illness. In addition to nearly four decades of providing compassionate hospice care and grief support services to patients and families at the end of life, Treasure Coast Hospice has a long history of caring for our community through difficult times. Our teams have brought hope and healing to those in need along the Treasure Coast during hurricanes, natural disasters, and other local tragedies, and we are here to help today.
The concept of human dignity is intrinsic to our mission and the work we do every day in our community. As an organization, we are committed to embracing diversity, equality and inclusion in all that we do for our patients, families, volunteers, staff and our community. It is our hope that each of us will reflect on opportunities to extend more kindness and compassion to one another so that we can come together and heal as a community and as a nation.
Jackie Kendrick, CHPCA, CEO
Scott Hoffman, Chairman, Board of Directors
John Doody, Chairman, Foundation Board of Trustees