ANN ARBOR — Arbor Hospice is expanding its residential care options for patients and their families through new partnerships with three health care organizations.
“Our strategic plan for the future will allow us to enhance the continuum of care we currently offer in end-of-life services as the needs of our families and community partners change in the new health care environment,” says Gloria D. Brooks, president and CEO of Arbor Hospice.
Beginning in June, Arbor Hospice will join with Glacier Hills Senior Living Community to create an in-patient hospice setting. In addition, Arbor Hospice will separately begin serving children’s hospice needs through a pediatric hospice bed at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor, in Washtenaw County. In addition, Henry Ford Village is reserving dedicated studio apartments for community members seeking a residential hospice setting. This is Arbor Hospice’s first residential partnership in Wayne County.
The Residence of Arbor Hospice will continue to provide residential inpatient hospice service to patients and their families at its current location in Ann Arbor.