The mission of Grace Hospice is to serve God by recognizing that every person deserves to live out his or her life with respect and dignity, free of pain, and in an environment that promotes quality of life.

I’ll hold hands and put forth love.
Lori, hospice nurse »

A Long History of Caring

Grace Hospice has been developed through a partnership with Augustana Care and Mount Olivet Careview Home. These organizations have a long history of quality care, have rich blessings of volunteers, and provide service to those in physical, emotional, or spiritual need.

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Grace Hospice ranks high in hospice care in the Twin Cities Metro area

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has rated Twin Cities hospice agencies on eight hospice care measures. In comparison of several larger metro hospice organizations, Grace Hospice has rated very high.

To learn more about CMS hospice comparison measures and see ratings, visit www.medicare.gov/hospicecompare



My uncle was sustained in so many ways. The simply stated intent by Grace Hospice to provide that support by 'encircling with comfort, pain management, honesty, and respect for decisions, while fostering peace and grace,' is so remarkably accurate, and we can surely attest to the emotional and spiritual support we have all received.

—Jenni and family

weaving care, peace, and grace

I’m known as the pin lady. Every day, I wear a different decorative pin on my scrubs, in memory of my mother, and walk into each patient’s room with a smile and happy thoughts. I follow a Maya Angelou quote that says something like ‘people will forget what you said or did, but they will never forget how you made them feel.’

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