We provide care wherever you call home.


Hospice Care in Your Home

Receiving hospice care in your home means that Seasons Hospice will provide our patients with all the services that are included with hospice, wherever individuals call home.  This can be a private residence, skilled nursing or assisted living facility, or other residential facilities. Our service area is the city of Rochester, Minnesota and surrounding communities within a 40-mile radius.  Admissions are accepted seven days per week by contacting Seasons Hospice at 507-285-1930.

There isn’t a day that goes by that we don’t continue to feel incredible gratitude for the care dad received with you. Thank you for all that you do to help families through this most difficult time.
— Rita, Daughter

Home Hospice Care at Seasons Hospice


Patient Care

Hospice care is delivered by a team of skilled clinical staff and trained volunteers who address the physical, emotional, spiritual, and psychological issues that accompany end of life. This care includes:

Medical Director Consultations

Seasons Hospice’s medical director provides oversight of the patient’s care plan in consultation with the hospice clinical staff and the patient’s personal physician.

TRAINED Volunteers

Trained volunteers spend time with patients, providing companionship, light housekeeping duties, and respite care for caregivers.  Pet therapy teams offer unconditional love and support along with veteran volunteers who pay visits to veterans on our program to offer companionship and honor their service.

Medications & Medical Supplies

Medications and medical supplies and equipment related to the hospice diagnosis are provided.

nursing services

Nursing care is administered by RN’s and LPN’s and personal care is provided by hospice aides. On-call nursing services are available by Seasons Hospice nurses 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week for consultation and problem solving.

Patient Support

Licensed social workers, chaplains, music therapists, and massage therapists work with the patient and family to attend to the psychosocial, spiritual, emotional, and physical needs and symptoms.

Grief Support

Grief support is available to help patients and families understand and manage their experiences of loss, change, grief, and mourning while providing support and hope.


How is Care Paid for?

Hospice services are paid for by Medicare, Medical Assistance, most private insurance, and private pay. 

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