Serenity Hospice Care will provide hope to patients by helping them transition successfully when the focus of care must change from cure to comfort. Our experienced team will empower patients and families by emphasizing the treatment of the person and not the disease. Serenity will be a source of strength and expertise, providing uniquely tailored services for the mind, body and spirit.
Leveraging our diverse and extensive hospice background, and building upon our reputation for patient-centered care, Serenity Hospice Care will create a new standard for comfort-caregiving excellence in Kansas. Serenity will be a mirror of the Kansas communities we serve—truthful, responsive, sincere, reliable, innovative and hard-working. Serenity Hospice Care will harness technology to bring about the best clinical outcomes, never forgetting that the most powerful resource at our disposal is the compassion and dignity that only a caring person can give to another.
Born out of local experience and high expertise, Serenity Hospice Care has strong roots in our community. Our sister company, Serenity Home Health, has been in business since 2005 and has grown to become the third-largest home health company — and the largest locally owned and operated home health company — in Kansas. Partially owned by Wichita State University Shocker Basketball coach Gregg Marshall, Serenity Hospice Care’s local connection is embedded in our business model: Our decision-makers are in the office, ready to answer questions and address concerns immediately. Our management team was born and raised in Kansas. And because our staff work and live in this community, there’s a good chance that someone on our staff knows the patient, a family member or a caregiver.
We are here to serve the community in which we live in, and we believe that knowing how to listen and engaging in open, clear communication are the keys to providing excellent service and support for each patient, family member and caregiver throughout this last journey.
“You matter because you are you, and you matter to the end of your life. We will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die.”
— Dame Cicely Saunders, nurse, physician, writer and founder of the modern hospice movement (1918–2005)