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May 24, 2016
Hospice is the gold standard for end-of-life care in the United States. Once on the service, terminally ill patients typically live longer and...
February 8, 2016
Jefferson, WI—Rainbow Hospice Care is growing, and as a result, they’ve scheduled a job fair for registered nurses (RNs) and certified nursing...
January 26, 2016
For the eighteenth consecutive year, Rock River Lanes in Fort Atkinson will host a Nine-Pin Tap Scotch Doubles Bowling Fundraiser to benefit Rainbow...
December 17, 2015
Melinda Welsh, founding editor of the Sacramento News & Review and younger sister of Dr. Martin Welsh - the courageous terminally ill physician...

Overview

Rainbow Hospice Care is a community based non-profit hospice organization that helps terminally ill patients and their loved ones maintain quality of life even at the end of life—offering compassionate, expert care that focuses on comfort, dignity, and peace.

“Thank you for the loving care you showed our mother, Helen, during this difficult time. Your staff and facility are exceptional."

-The family of Helen Henschel.

“Thank you staff for the warm help that we have received."

-The Chojnowski Family.

"Tabitha, Thank you so for that  1 day of shear relief for me, when you just took over and instinctively knew how to make my Dad comfy and at peace, I could see and “feel” it form him. I could actually breathe for once! You are truly an Angel on Earth with your care and concern and expertise with not only the ill ridden but with families. Much thanks and appreciation."

-The Gawthorp Family.

“Thank you for all you did for our beloved Dad and Grandpa during his last days here on this Earth. You truly are Angels. May God Bless you for the work you do. Thanks for your kindness and gentleness."

-The Kevin Gray Family.

“To all the wonderful staff, thank you for the wonderful work that you all did at Rainbow Hospice. Our family is so grateful for the compassion and care you provided to our mom, Helen Henschel. A special thank you to her home nurse Judy Boyd. I know our Mom enjoyed her company and the comfort she provided. We cannot express how wonderful the impatient facility is in Johnson Creek. It is a beautiful place filled with amazing people. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”

-The Henschel Family