The mission is to strive in all ways possible to relieve the physical, emotional and spiritual pain brought on by a life-threatening illness with the highest level of integrity. The mission of Hospice in the Pines is a labor of love willingly undertaken by the Board of Directors, staff and volunteers.
Keeping Our Seniors Safe During COVID-19
As a safeguard and protocol to support our efforts in preventing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we invite you to read this commitment.
For Patients and Families
Hospice in the Pines is staffed with exceptional bereavement professionals and licensed Master’s level personnel who are able to provide quality counseling services. Hospice in the Pines hosts monthly grief support groups and facilitates multiple programs specifically devoted to end of life care.
Caring & Dedicated Staff
Hospice in the Pines offers in-home care for patients with life-limiting illnesses. Our team of skilled professionals includes:
Medical Directors (5 currently on staff)
Registered and Licensed Vocational Nurses—on call 24 hours a day
Patient Care Aides
Contracted Respiratory Therapists
Our in-patient medical facility provides continuous skilled care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It offers plenty of reserved parking and comfortable living areas for both patients and families. Each room is completely furnished and wheelchair accessible.
For patients and families traveling to the Lufkin area for medical services, our Joe W. Elliott House facility provides inexpensive lodging with comfortable private rooms – and is also fully staffed 7 days a week.
1504 West Frank Avenue, Lufkin, Texas 75904
Hospice in The Pines welcomes your questions, comments and suggestions.
Chief Executive Officer
Director of Finance