Twin Lakes Hospice, Inc.
TWIN LAKES HOSPICE, INC. is one of Missouri's few free-standing Medicare certified hospices. TWIN LAKES HOSPICE, a not-for-profit agency, was established in 1985 and serves Benton and Henry and St Clair counties and portions of Morgan, Camden, Bates, Cass, Pettis, Johnson, and Hickory counties. The central office is located in Clinton at 725 E. Ohio Street. There is a satellite office in Warsaw at 304 Main Street. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. There is a nurse on call after hours and on weekends for patient emergencies.
Make A Donation:
Donations can be made to Twin Lakes Hospice by mailing in your donation or dropping it by our office at 725 E Ohio.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of Twin Lakes Hospice, a voluntary, community-based, freestanding, non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of Missouri, is to provide palliative and supportive services to patients with limited life expectancy, and their families. Such services will be provided through a holistic approach to the physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of patients and their families, and in cooperation with the family physician and other health-care facilities and agencies available in the community.
News & Events
|Blood Pressure Clinics|
|Clinton Senior Center -
Last Monday of month - 11:30am to 1pm
Windsor Senior Center - Last Tuesday of the month - 11am to 1pm
Creighton Senior Center - Last Wednesday of month - 11:30 to 1pm
|Grief Support Group Meets|
|Third Thursday of each month at 1pm|
|Location: Clinton office 725 E Ohio|
|May 12, 2013|
|Happy Mothers Day|
|May 18,, 2013|
10:30 am at McLane Chapel
|May 27, 2013|
|Memorial Day - Office Closed|
"Thanks for all the loving care you all gave Dad. He appreciated it and so did we."
"I felt my husband received excellent care with knowledgeable, caring staff."
"My father was only in the care facility (his own choice) for less than a week. TLH was very helpful and I am grateful for their care of him and what they offer to family members, too. Thank you for the work you do. God Bless."
"For such a short time in having TLH, I can truly say what a great group of people they are. They taught me a lot. They treated my Mother with the utmost respect. She spoke highly of them all. I thank them all for all they did."