Hospice of Laurens County – More About Living Than Dying    

April 5, 2023
For most of us, the word hospice conjures up thoughts of “end of life” and dying with dignity and minimal pain.

At Hospice of Laurens County, it’s less about dying and more about living.

Yes, it’s about meeting the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of individuals and their families. But there is a focus on living out your last days in the best possible way and supporting family members. The talented and dedicated staff consider it a privilege to provide care and support to families dealing with what might be the most difficult time in their lives.

You know the saying, the proof is in the pudding….well, here’s your proof.

Meet CJ.

One of CJ’s last wishes was to graduate from high school or obtain his GED. Unfortunately, his health issues and life events prevented him from achieving this goal. The staff at Hospice of Laurens got to work and through a partnership with the Laurens County Adult Education they were able present CJ with an honorary High School Degree while surrounded by his family.

“At Hospice of Laurens County, we believe in focusing on the quality of the patient’s time not the length and we are here to support and engage not only the patient, but the family as well, through one of the most vulnerable times of their lives, said Angela Bron, Clinical Director of Hospice of Laurens County. “We are trained to alleviate pain, ease fears, and provide comfort. This is not about giving up, nor is it about giving in, but embracing what they CAN do, in the hopes that today can be better than yesterday. We are so honored to be a part of CJ’s journey.”

Pictured with CJ left to right: Stacie Glover RN, Cassie Purvis RN, Michaela Weathers, Angela Bron RN and Katie Bagwell


Life is a journey and Hospice of Laurens County knows that better than most. The Laurens County community is fortunate to have such a facility with the finest staff to provide the best living possible as the journey on earth comes to an end.

Hospice of Laurens County was established in May 1987 by a group of volunteers who identified a need for Hospice in this community. In 2008 Hospice of Laurens County opened the Hospice House, the first of its kind in Laurens County. They are committed to providing expert end of life care to individuals in their home or their facility which is located at 1304 Springdale Drive, Clinton, SC 29325.  For more information click HERE to go to their website or contact them at 864-833-6287.