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3247 Newnan Road
Griffin, GA 30223

About Brightmoor HospiceAbout Brightmoor Hospice

Our Vision
Brightmoor Hospice will be the preferred provider of services for the terminally ill and their families in the communities we serve. We will provide professional, ethical, and individualized end-of-life care where dignity, trust, and compassion will be our guiding values.

Our Values

  • Cohesive Mission: We will provide a full range of the highest quality of care services.
  • Compassion: We will use a holistic approach to meet your unique needs through an environment of support and encouragement.
  • Competence: We will maintain the highest standards of hospice care through knowledge, understanding, evaluation, and implementation of appropriate and professional procedures.
  • Commitment to Well-Being: We will affirm each patient as unique and valued by preserving and enhancing quality of life, dignity, independence, and eternal significance.

Our Tradition

The spirit of the word “hospice” is in the Latin root meaning both “host” and “guest.” In medieval times, a hospice was a place of shelter and refuge for weary or ill travelers. Today, hospices are an integral part of the healthcare system, providing physical, social, psychological, and spiritual care as patients prepare for the final stages of life.

Brightmoor Hospice stands proudly in this long tradition, dedicated to the care of those with limited life expectancy. Our focus is comfort rather than cure, as we seek to relieve the physical, emotional, and spiritual pain and symptoms that accompany a terminal diagnosis. We neither hasten nor delay the dying process. (Learn more about hospice myths and frequently asked questions.) We view our work as providing a bridge for those transitioning from this world into the next.

Our Team

Our multidisciplinary team of professionals addresses the medical, nursing, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of your loved ones and those of the family. The team includes physicians, nurses, certified nursing assistants, social workers, counselors, clergy and trained volunteers.


Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance plans provide coverage for hospice care. Our commitment is to work with you directly to ensure that you and your loved one receive the care you need regardless of ability to pay.