• "“The nurse who worked the weekend my mom passed was so wonderful. She was incredible and such a blessing. She helped us make it through a difficult journey. I will be forever thankful!”"

    - Patient's Child
  • "“Words cannot describe what a wonderful, caring and giving group of caregivers we had.”"

    - Patient's Child

Community Hospice Receives Donation



Orange Beach, Ala., - Community Hospice of Baldwin County was honored to receive a donation in the amount of $1,000 from the South Baldwin Newcomers Group during their year-end luncheon at the Orange Beach Adult Activity Center. 

Carol Standifer, CHPN, Administrator at Community Hospice, Katie Spratlin, Community Hospice Marketing Director and Nick Wilmott, Director of Corporate Development at Community Senior Life, Community Hospice’s parent company were on hand to accept this gracious donation. 


“We are very appreciative of the generosity bestowed upon us from the South Baldwin Newcomers Club. They work tirelessly throughout the year to raise money for various not-for-profit organizations, we are we thrilled they included Community Hospice in group of recipients this year,” stated Standifer. 


Community Hospice of Baldwin County is a not-for-profit, community-based hospice provider serving Baldwin and Escambia County Alabama since 1996.  As experts in pain and symptom management, Community Hospice provides a 24-hour, on-call medical staff, and offers individualized care plans developed by the patient, caregivers, and physician and case managers. Community Hospice offers general inpatient, routine, continuous and respite care in your home, hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living and other long-term-care facilities.