Hospice of Murray County is a unique part of the healthcare
community and is devoted to providing hospice services to patients
and their families with comfort, compassion, and dignity during
the end stages of life. It is a free-standing, community-based, non-
We value the right of every patient to receive quality medical
care that is consistent with their values and preferences.
We value excellence from a highly motivated, competent, and
empowered team of staff, volunteers, and board members.
We value respect, honesty, integrity, confidentiality, trust, and
The individuals and families we serve experience quality
care, physical comfort, compassionate service, a sense of
emotional and spiritual well-being, and peace of mind.
We believe in teamwork between our patients, families, medical
partners, hospice staff, volunteers, and community.
Hospice of Murray County provides a specialized form of care for
people with terminal and life-threatening conditions.
We are committed to protecting
the privacy and confidentiality
of all patients. All patients and
employees are required to sign
a confidentiality policy at the
time of admission or hire.
Our House in Slayton is a
4-bed facility offering
24-hour inpatient hospice
Our hospice team provides hospice services to
patients in Our House in Slayton, private homes,
nursing homes, and assisted living facilities
throughout Southwest Minnesota within 40 miles
of Slayton. This includes areas of the following
Lincoln, Rock, and
Your Choice, Your Rights, Our Dedication.
Hospice of Murray County is devoted to providing end of life care services to
patients and their families with comfort, compassion, and dignity during the
end stages of life. We have been serving our area for over 30 years, and we are
proud to be a freestanding, community-based, non-profit organization.
Nursing Home & Assisted Living Services
Hospice staff members are available 24 hours a day to collaborate with nursing home
staff and to control pain and other symptoms.
A patient’s needs may change as their condition declines, and the hospice staff works
closely with the nursing home staff and physician to monitor the patient’s condition to
provide optimal comfort at the end of life.
Hospice nurses, aides, and social workers can give nursing home patients additional
one-to-one care and work closely with the patient and family regarding the
dying/death and grief process.
Covid 19 Update: at this time, we are happy to announce that we are slowly
integrating volunteers once again, where we are able.