Hospice of Lenawee continues commitment

On behalf of Hospice of Lenawee, I would like to convey our heartfelt good wishes for health and safety during this uncertain time in our world.  This community – our community – has a history of pulling together in support and harmony of the true meaning of what is good and best for each other.

We have received the obvious questions relating to how Hospice of Lenawee continues to provide the exemplary care that we are known for during this unprecedented span of time.  As president of Hospice of Lenawee, it is my job to bring you the “state of the organization” and provide the information you desire.  It is my pleasure to do this; however, please know that it is with the direction and input of our experts in care – Dr. Justin Voorhees, our Medical Director and Amy Francoeur, RN, our Director of Patient Care.  They, along with our extraordinary clinical team, continue to carry out our mission. This means that additional safety measures have been put into place to assure that our care is never compromised.  Our nurses, aides, social workers, spiritual care and bereavement teams and volunteers continue their commitment to all of you with the expertise and knowledge you need now and always.

As the guidelines of social distancing were put into place, as well as the recent Governor issued “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order, we implemented new ways to adhere to our mission without compromising quality care. It is, as you are aware, all in the name of safety – the safety of our team, our volunteers and our patients and their families. As things progress, any adjustments to our service or the way we provide our service will be communicated through our website and social media.  

We continue to wish you peace and good health.  After all…You are Our Community and We are Your Hospice.

— Travis Havens,
President & CEO


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