With only partial government funding, it has been through the generous support of our community that Hospice has become the first palliative hospice village in North America. Over time, our Hospice has adapted to meet the needs of the community, and continues to address the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and their families, now and into the future.
We respectfully acknowledge that the Hospice of Windsor and Essex County Erie Shores Campus occupies the traditional, ancestral and contemporary lands of the Caldwell First Nation in Leamington. These are the original People of Pelee Island, Point Pelee, and what is now known as Southern Ontario.
Additionally, the Hospice of Windsor and Essex County Windsor Campus occupies the traditional, ancestral and contemporary lands of Three Fires Confederacy (Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi). We acknowledge the land and the surrounding waters for sustaining us and we are committed to protecting and restoring these lands and waters from environmental degradation.
Putting your needs at the centre of every interaction.
A specialized and recognized team delivering memorable care.
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County Inc. is committed to ongoing strategic planning and quality improvement. Currently, the Board of Directors has established a strategic plan spanning years 2016 – 2021.
For more information about our strategic plan, please download a copy of the PDF guide below.
“If These Walls Could Talk”
Take a look at this virtual tour showcasing the basement of our Windsor Residence, and highlighting more than 40 years of Hospice history!
Click on the link below to view the official Hospice Style Guide.
Click on the links below to download the official Hospice Logos.