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December 8, 2022

Dyan Duncan
Executive Director of Marketing & Communications

(CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY) — Hosparus Health of Green River today held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Community Center at 462 N. Bypass Road in Campbellsville. The project was funded in part by $500,000 raised during Hosparus Health’s People of Compassion comprehensive fundraising campaign. This expansion allows the not-for-profit hospice and palliative care organization to increase its geographic reach and depth of services for those families who are facing serious illness in Adair, Green, Marion, Taylor and Washington counties.

Hosparus has always been committed to inclusion and equity, caring for patients of all ages and backgrounds, wherever they call home. In 2021, the Green River office served 486 hospice patients in the five-county region, covering more than 1,600 square miles. As the population ages and more people face serious illness than ever before, that number is expected to grow significantly in the next five years.

The new facility, which broke ground in March 2022, is well-positioned in the heart of the community to provide premier hospice and palliative services. The center will address the increasing demand for support services including medical care, care coordination, along with emotional and spiritual support, all to help patients and their families get the most out of each day. The facility includes an outpatient palliative clinic through Hosparus’ Pallitus Health Partners brand. Community mental health support is provided through the Hosparus Health Grief Counseling Center. Grief services are available by appointment for people of all ages, including counseling, support groups, and education. Area residents can also access resources on end-of-life care, serious illness care and advance care planning.

“We have been a proud part of this community since 1989 and are humbled to be the partner of choice for those facing serious illness,” said Community Director Jennifer Thompson. “No one should experience an advanced illness alone. Our new facility allows us to meet the region’s increasing demand for supportive services in Green River, reaching more people than ever before. We remain committed to ensuring everyone has access to care when they need it the most.”

Hosparus increased its clinical and support staff earlier this year and plans to further invest in staffing capacity to help meet the service demand. Patient and family volunteers are also needed to support the expansion. Hosparus was founded by volunteers over 40 years ago, and they are still at the heart of the organization. Volunteers supply companionship to hospice and palliative care patients and respite for their caregivers. There are a variety of opportunities available, including volunteering at the Campbellsville Thrift Shoppe. Free training is provided. Visit, for more information.

For more information or to request an interview, contact Dyan Duncan, Executive Director of Marketing and Communications, at 502.814.5439 or


About Hosparus Health

Since 1978, Hosparus Health, a fully accredited not-for-profit hospice and palliative care organization, has provided medical care, grief counseling, symptom and medication management and more for people facing serious and chronic illnesses in 41 counties in Kentucky and Indiana. Hosparus Health is one of the nation’s largest hospice and palliative care providers with over 500 employees and nearly 600 volunteers. In 2021, the organization cared for 9,700 patients and families. Visit for more information or call 800-264-0521.


About Pallitus Health Partners

Pallitus Health Partners, a part of Hosparus Health, offers comprehensive palliative care for serious illness in Kentucky and Indiana. Specialized services include chronic symptom and medication management, disease education, advance care planning, and care coordination. Pallitus Health’s interdisciplinary care team provides medical expertise and support designed to meet individual goals and offer the best possible quality of life at any stage of serious illness. In 2021, 1340 adults and children received palliative services. For more information, visit or call 855-599-8954.


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