Welcome to Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care!
Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care is a private, voluntary, non-profit organization. We offer hospice, home health and salon & spa services. Our primary market area is Lyon County, Minnesota and the surrounding area.
MISSION: We provide quality care to individuals in the comfort of their home.
VISION: Our vision is to ensure that:
VALUES: We value:
Additional resources we provide include:
We are very appreciative of the support we receive from the community through donations, memorials and grant funds. We are extremely thankful for our board, volunteers and staff who work hard to provide quality care!
We have received grant funding from:
Otto Bremer Foundation
Marshall Community Foundation
Lyon-Lincoln Electric Trust, Inc.
408 E. Main St. Suite 8
Marshall MN, 56258
2015 CHARITY BALL SPONSORS
This training is for anyone who like to receive more information about Prairie Home Hospice or to become a patient volunteer. You must attend all three sessions to become a patient volunteer. Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care serves patients within a 50 mile radius of Marshall. The first training meeting will be held in three towns as follows:
Monday, April 27th - Marshall PHH&CC Office - 5:30-7:30 pm
Wednesday, April 29th - Minneota at the Manor - 5:30-7:30 pm
Thursday, April 30th - Tracy at O'Brien Court - 5:30-7:30 pm
Light Lunch will be served
Monday, May 4th - 2nd training meeting 5:30-7:30 pm - Marshall only-PHH&CC Office - Red Building, 408 E. Main St. Marshall MN 56258
Monday, May 11th 3rd training meeting 5:30 - 7:30 pm -Marshall - Adult Community Center, 107 S. 4th St. Marshall MN 56258
These classes are free. Pre-registration is encouraged. Please contact the PHH&CC office at 507-337-0080 to register.
"A hospice home provides continuity of care by hospice staff and family members in a quiet and peaceful place, thus enhancing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of hospice patients and family members."
-Sister Helen Janssen
"When dying at home is no longer an option, what could be more loving than a "home" providing 24 hour compassionate care."
- Barb Moore, Social Worker