Washington Regional Hospice provides care in patients’ homes, nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and also provides inpatient care at the Willard Walker Hospice Home, located on Longview Street near the medical center. The 24,500-square-foot home, which opened in 2011, was designed to help patients and families feel supported and comfortable. It features a glass-walled chapel overlooking a tranquil nature preserve, a library, kitchen, family dining room, laundry room for guests, etc...
“Washington Regional Hospice has a long tradition of assisting patients and families during this stage of life,” Dr. Bradley says. “Our team is honored to provide support and care for our patients and their families, thus allowing them to fulfill their goals and focus on living life to its fullest.”
Licenses and Credentials
Regarded as the oldest hospice in the state, Washington Regional Hospice is the only local program of its kind that is accredited by The Joint Commission, the nation’s leading accrediting agency of healthcare organizations, and is the only hospice in Northwest Arkansas that is affiliated with a locally governed, community-owned, not-for-profit medical system.