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Hospice Care

Medical, emotional and spiritual support
for people who are nearing life’s end


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We know this is a stressful time. See below for more information on ways Tanner Hospice Care can help you and your loved ones with end-of-life care decisions.

Grief Support Group

Find support from others through our grief support group, led by our bereavement coordinator. For more information, call our  770-214-2355.


Tanner Hospice Care Home Chart

This .pdf includes the full Tanner Hospice Care Home Chart provided to each of our families. The document will help you understand team roles, methods for coping with pain and stress, important medical descriptions, a discussion of the dying process and more.

Tanner Hospice Care brochure

Download this .pdf to learn more about Tanner Hospice Care services and how we can help you and your loved ones.

Tanner Hospice Volunteer flyers

Great for churches and community organizations, these flyers raise awareness of the volunteer opportunities available through Tanner Hospice Care. Download and distribute to help us help others!

Tanner Health Library

Find trusted information on what hospice care is, methods for controlling pain, becoming a caregiver, grief and loss and other topics in Tanner’s Health Library.

About Advance Directives

Learn more about advance directives. Advance directives are legal documents that allow you to spell out your decisions about end-of-life care ahead of time. They give you a way to tell your wishes to family, friends, and health care professionals and to avoid confusion later on.


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Members of the Caregiving Cycle: The Family Caregivers
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