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Use the form on the right to contact us with general questions or select from the links below for specific services.

Home Health

Private Services

Hospice

Messages will be answered as soon as possible. For urgent matters please call:

636-926-3722 in St. Charles

314-685-3722 in St. Louis

or

618-310-1591 in Illinois

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115 Piper Hill Drive Suite 200
St. Peters, Mo 63376
United States

(636)926-3722

1 Company 3 Services. Nurses & Company provides Home Health, Hospice and Private Service Care to the great St. Louis and St. Charles area. As a locally owned and operated company we are proud to care for our neighbors each day. Let us be a part of your health care journey and experience our continuity of care.

Volunteers

What is Hospice?


Hospice is a special wasy of caring. It's a realization that a patient will not recover from a condition or illness. However, it is wrong to believe that hospice implies "giving up". In fact, the opposite is true. Life continues to be experienced to its fullest. Hospice is just the next step in a medical treatment regimen that focuses more on the quality of life rather than aggressive treatment. 



Who volunteers?


People who care- volunteer. Indeed, some are nurses, clergy, doctors , lawyers, or accountants who provide special expertise, but most are people who want to help their friends and neighbors by serving their community. No special talents are needed just a desire to serve. Many have had family members who have received Hospice Care and want to pass on the gift of compassion they received during that time. 



Become a volunteer

Benefits of Volunteering

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Volunteering for hospice is a very rewarding experience. Volunteer training gives you the tools needed when you are with the patient, their families and friends. The experience makes you a more effective communicator. By serving people who are making choices on how to spend their last precious days of life, volunteers often learn more about themselves and what really matters.

Providing quality care for those with a life limiting illness builds a sense of belonging for all those who participate. Volunteers are special people who make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and their families, make a valuable contribution to the community, and enhance their own well being. 

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