Family Information

When patients, their families and physicians agree that a cure is not probable and that comfort is the goal, Hospice of the Chesapeake helps families give care in their own special way.  Respecting wishes and values, Hospice of the Chesapeake provides help for living fully in the time that remains, usually at home.  If home care is not an option, Hospice of the Chesapeake can provide your care in one of its Hospice Houses or in many of the area's quality long-term care facilities.


Hospice of the Chesapeake can help persons who:

  • Have any illness that is progressing;
  • Have a life expectancy that is limited;
  • Choose comfort care when treatments for cure are no longer effective; and 
  • Live in Anne Arundel or Prince George's County.

If you think Hospice of the Chesapeake can help you or someone you love you should:

  • Ask the doctor if it's time for Hospice. If he or she is not sure, a phone consultation with our admissions staff at 410.987.2003 can help.
  • Talk with family and friends. Seek their support for this decision.
  • Call Hospice of the Chesapeake at 410.987.2003, or 800.745.6132. A Hospice of the Chesapeake representative can answer your questions and arrange for a visit.

You may not be sure if it is the right time to call Hospice of the Chesapeake. Talking with our professionals can clarify the choices available to you and your family. Our representative will have helpful information, whether or not you choose to receive hospice services. Just remember you do have choices and we are here to help.

Anne Arundel County
John & Cathy Belcher Campus
90 Ritchie Highway 
Pasadena, MD 21122
phone: 410.987.2003

Prince George's County
9500 Arena Dr. # 250
Largo, MD 20774
phone: 877.462.1101