Residential Hospice in Troy Purchases Hospice Facilities in Missouri and Ohio

Residential Hospice, a Troy-based division of Graham Healthcare Group, has acquired Comfort Hospice of St. Louis, Mo., and Grace Hospice of Maumee, Ohio, from U.S. Medical Management. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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Residential Hospice in Troy is expanding into Missouri and Ohio with a pair of acquisitions. // Stock Photo
Residential Hospice in Troy is expanding into Missouri and Ohio with a pair of acquisitions. // Stock Photo

Residential Hospice, a Troy-based division of Graham Healthcare Group, has acquired Comfort Hospice of St. Louis, Mo., and Grace Hospice of Maumee, Ohio, from U.S. Medical Management. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Residential Hospice, a leader in the hospice market, states it is committed to meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of their patients and families. Residential services are available in a variety of settings including a patient’s home, the home of a loved one, a hospital, long-term care, or assisted-living facilities.

Residential Hospice says it plans to retain the employees at Comfort Hospice and Grace Hospice and is committed to a smooth transition. Residential also will provide additional patient and staff support through enhanced benefits, increased operational efficiencies, and technology improvements.

“With the addition of Comfort Hospice in St. Louis and Grace Hospice in Maumee, we are poised for expansion throughout the Midwest as we continue our mission of making hospice care more accessible to our communities,” says Justin DeWitte, CEO of Residential Hospice. “We share a commitment of putting patients and families first, by providing exceptional care focused on optimizing the quality of life, comfort, and dignity of our patients.”

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