Welcome to Samaritan Care Hospice of Florida
Samaritan Care Hospice of Florida is dedicated to providing patients and their loved ones with quality hospice and palliative care services. An interdisciplinary team of professionals work closely with patients and loved ones to provide comfort and quality end-of-life care. Our focus is on enhancing the quality of life remaining by providing compassionate individualized care based on the needs of each of our patients. Samaritan Care provides services to residents residing in Orange and Osceola counties.
- OUR STORY
The roots of our compassion for families and patients are connected to our namesake, the Good Samaritan. This story tells of an injured man lying on the road who was overlooked by two people. A third stopped and offered assistance and medical attention. The Good Samaritan made a choice to help at a time when it was needed the most. We are here to help you.
- THE CARE TEAM
We have a highly dedicated team including physicians, nurses, hospice aides, social workers, chaplains, counselors and volunteers to deliver high quality, hospice and palliative care services to patients and families. Get to know our Hospice Team.
We cherish every personal story our patients and their loved ones share. We would like to share some of the stories from the individuals who have been touched by the care we provide.
- SCH Deficiency Free State Survey Samaritan Care Hospice of Florida is proud to announce the recent accomplishment of having a DEFICIENCY Free State survey! Our staff works very hard to make sure that the patients are receiving the compassionate end of life care that they deserve and now this recent state survey shows the fruits of that hard work. Congratulations to the staff at Samaritan Care Hospice of Florida for achieving this standard of end of life care in Orange and Osceola County. We encourage you to call us any time and find out how we are "Making Every Moment Count".
- The Benefits of Physical Activity During Grief Recovery Join the team from Samaritan Care Hospice of Florida for the next installment in the Path to Healing workshop/support group series: The Benefits of Physical Activity During Grief Recovery. Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Yoga Instructor Dr. Purvi Gandhi will talk about the connection between physical activity and the grief recovery process. She will also provide a brief yoga demonstration. The meeting is on Saturday, June 1, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., at the Peggy and Philip B. Crosby YMCA Wellness Center located at 2005 Mizell Avenue Winter Park, 32792. Please call and reserve your seat for this free community event, 407-514-1300.
- To receive additional information, request a visit from one of our team members or
to make a referral please contact us at:
407-514-1300. We are available 24/7. INTERESTED IN BECOMING A VOLUNTEER? For more information, contact our Volunteer Department, Samaritan Care Hospice of Florida, 407-514-1300