Lifetime Care delivers passionate, personalized care – home health services, hospice and palliative care, bereavement support and wellness, pharmacy services and more.
Contributions to hospice allow us to make a difference in the quality of life for our terminally ill patients and their families.
We are committed to the health and wellness of your patients, improving the quality of life and helping to keep them out of the hospital.
Learn about our featured career and apply to become a Home Health Aide
Most people prefer to recover from an illness or manage their condition in the comfort and privacy of their own home. Home infusion therapy may be a safe and effective alternative to inpatient care.
Speed recovery and healing from surgery or illness with expert home care in Monroe, Wayne, Livingston, Cayuga, Seneca, Ontario, Yates and Schuyler counties.
Care for serious illness to prevent and relieve suffering with support for the best possible quality of life for patients and families.
Compassionately supporting families that care for, or are expecting a child with a potentially life-threatening illness or medical condition.
Benefit from a wide range of services to help you heal – whether coping from the death of a loved one or facing a serious medical problem.
Congratulations to Dr. Aaron Olden
Lifetime Care proudly announces that Dr. Aaron Olden, MD, FACP, Medical Director of Palliative Care, has been named one of Rochester Business Journal’s 2017 Forty Under 40 honorees.
Get ready to ROC on November 28
Support Lifetime Care hospice services and ROC the Day with us on Tuesday, November 28.
Congratulations to our Nurse of the Year
Lauren “Laurie” Zwetsch, MS, RN, PNP, has been named a 2017 March of Dimes Nurse of the Year in the hospice/home health/palliative care category.
Check Out the Fall Issue of Caring Times
Read stories including the following:
- Hospice Advocate Mort Kolko’s story of giving
- How one couple spreads joy to many by volunteering
- Staff honors and celebrations
Read more .
Spring Hospice Volunteer Training
Train to become a Hospice Volunteer to support and encourage seriously ill patients and their families. Training will take place at the Center for Compassion and Healing, 3111 Winton Road South.
Support Lifetime Care Through AmazonSmile
There are several ways you can support Lifetime Care (Genesee Region Home Care Association, Inc.) hospice and bereavement programs. One easy way is through AmazonSmile. While shopping for your favorite items, you can also help us continue to provide quality services to our community.
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Career Corner – Home Health Aide
Learn about and apply for our featured career spotlight: Home Health Aide.