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As the first hospice in the state of Massachusetts, Good Shepherd Community Hospice has provided thousands of terminally ill patients and their families with vital emotional and practical support, leading Good Shepherd to be one of the most trusted providers of compassionate hospice care in the Greater Boston area.
Recognizing that perceptions about hospice and variations in the rituals and traditions associated with end-of-life care differ among cultures, Good Shepherd is committed to a multicultural approach to care.
Pedi Pal is compassionate, primarily home-based care for children age 18 and younger who have a life-limiting illness for which curative treatment is available but may not be successful. Pedi Pal focuses on the comprehensive management of the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of the child who is ill and their family.
Good Shepherd Palliative Care provides consultative services to patients and families dealing with life-limiting conditions. Our skilled specialists work in partnership with your own doctor to provide an extra layer of support for you and your loved ones.
Good Shepherd Institute provides leadership and education to raise awareness and promote community dialogue around end-of-life issues.
Good Shepherd maintains a number of partnerships in order to provide inpatient hospice options for our patients and their families.