About Divine Hospice

Brede FamilyDivine Hospice Care is a branch of Divine Home Care Inc. and is designed to provide our clients transitioning into hospice care with the comfort and familiarity of their caretakers. Divine Hospice is also here to provide the communities we serve with a choice of hospice providers. Our hospice team is made up of knowledgeable and compassionate professionals. We are here to support patients and their loved ones through difficult decisions, setting and achieving goals, caretaking and grief.

When you or a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness, the goals of care may change from seeking a treatment or cure to pursuing comfort and pain management. Divine Hospice will be there to help you live your days as fully and comfortably as possible, as well as guide your family through this time.

Fulfilling Your Days Surrounded by Family

Divine Home Care, Inc. is a family-run business and we are so thankful for that. Pam Brede, Administrator, and her husband, Jeff, feel so blessed to have children who share their passion for family as well as caring for others. All three of their daughters, Stephanie, Jessie and Alison are Registered Nurses and work at Divine Home Care. Jessie (left) is the Director of Clinical Services for home care, Stephanie (middle) is the Hospice Director and Alison (right) is the Director of Nursing for home care. Jeff is involved in the financial aspects of the company while Pam leads the entire Divine Home Care and Hospice team in providing the best quality care possible.

Our Mission:

The mission of Divine Hospice Care is to focus on providing services and programs that meet end of life care needs to the members of our community.  Our hospice team is committed to providing our patients and their families with the highest level of comprehensive services.  We will provide pain and symptom management along with emotional and spiritual support.  Divine Hospice Care will strive to meet the spiritual and emotional needs of the family unit during the dying process and the bereavement period that follows the death of the patient.