Welcome to the Karen Ann Quinlan
Karen Ann Quinlan’s legacy changed how we approach end of life; giving us the right to live and die with dignity. Read more about the story behind the Karen Ann Quinlan Memorial Foundation
The $5 million, 10,000 square foot project includes 10 patient beds, ample space for round-the-clock family visitations, 2 sitting rooms, a meditation room and a family kitchen. The vision behind the creation of the Home for Hospice is to develop a residence where family and friends have right of entry to their loved ones just as they would in their own homes. For patients, it will be their home where they can be surrounded by their loved ones.
Our groundbreaking occurred on March 26, 2013 amidst much celebration. There are naming opportunities available both inside the home and outside.
These are very exciting times indeed for Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice.
The Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice is a not-for-profit organization which provides a full continuum of high quality medical, emotional and spiritual services to hospice patients, their family members and the community.
Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice, serving Northwest NJ and Northeast PA, has been a regional leader in Hospice care for over 30 years. It is a local not-for-profit organization where all are served regardless of the ability to pay. Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice is licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health and the Pennsylvania Department of Health as a certified Medicare and Medicaid Hospice; Accredited by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP); Members of the National Hospice Organization and NJ and PA Hospice Organizations. Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice accepts all insurance and The Karen Ann Quinlan Memorial Foundation assures all are served regardless of the ability to pay.
Your Home, Our Heart
The last days or months of life are precious and should be lived with dignity, in peace and pain free comfort. Hospice makes available this quality of life opportunity by providing support and palliative care during the final stage of life, but only when you, the patient and the doctor decide together to enter into hospice care.
Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice treats the person, not the disease, and care can be given in the patient’s home, hospital, nursing home, or private facility; wherever you call home.
Our professional team of registered nurses, certified health aides, social workers, pharmacist, and therapists make available medical, emotional, personal and spiritual care for the patient and family during this difficult time.
Living Through Grief
If you are experiencing the pain of the loss of a loved one, or anticipating a loss through a terminal illness, the Joseph T. Quinlan Bereavement Center offers thoughtful and concerned support services to match your individual needs. The Not For Profit Center provides individual and group counseling for anyone in need; participation in our hospice program is not a requirement, however all Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice patients and their families are automatically enrolled and have available to them all the center provides.
The Center also prepares and presents support, educational programs and memorial services for the community.