Hospice of Marion County

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Patients who require pain or symptom management receive 24-hour care until their condition stabilizes, when they may return home. Watch this video to see what admission to a house means for your care.

Each situation is assessed individually to determine the appropriate level of care. When symptoms are under control, patients may return home.

Coffee/Tea in the Afternoon

We want to keep in touch… Many Marion County residents who are struggling with the loss of a loved one have reached out to us for grief assistance. Join us at the Monarch Center at Sylvia’s to make new friends during our May 2, 2019 “Coffee/Tea in the Afternoon” event, 3:00 – 4:30 pm. RSVP: (352) 873-7456 to reserve a seat.

Visit the Monarch Center at Sylvia’s web site and see future event dates

Memorial Park

The four-acre Memorial Park and Dunlevy-Levenson-Burchel Veterans Circle of Honor is a reality. Located on the Helen “Mimi” Walker campus on SE 62nd St., Ocala, the park is open to the public as a serene setting for remembrance and recognition of those loved and lost. Contribute to the effort or purchase a memorial.

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3231 SW 34th Ave.
Ocala, FL 34474


Main number: 352-873-7400
Admissions: 352-873-7415

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Hospice of Marion County