Inpatient Units

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When extra comfort is needed

Hospice care is usually delivered at home, but when a loved one needs 24/7 acute pain and symptom management for brief periods of time, care can be provided in one of Treasure Coast Hospice’s three Inpatient Units. These beautiful units offer a home-like serene setting for patients and families.

What can a loved one expect at one of our Inpatient Units?

  • 24/7 nursing care
  • Daily physician visits
  • Visits and support from our compassionate team of
    social workers, counselors, chaplains and volunteers
  • Medication management and monitoring by pharmacists and physician

A warm environment for families

Family and friends may visit anytime. Each private patient room is comfortably furnished with a sleeper sofa so loved ones may stay the night. Children and family pets are welcome.

Where are our Inpatient Units located?  

Martin County – The Hay-Madeira and Harper Inpatient Units, 1000 Ruhnke St., Stuart

St. Lucie County – The Lynch Pavilion Inpatient Unit, 5090 Dunn Road, Ft. Pierce  (off Midway Rd)


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