Samaritan was founded by visionary volunteers in 1980 in Moorestown, NJ as Hospice of Burlington County – South Jersey’s first hospice. Almost 40 years later, Samaritan is the largest hospice organization serving Burlington County and the South Jersey area.
Samaritan’s programs in Burlington County, NJ include hospice care, palliative care, grief support, and education.
Samaritan is a proud member of the Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Marlton Business Association.
Families receive hospice and palliative care all over Burlington County NJ, from Moorestown, Medford, Mount Laurel, and Marlton, to Cinnaminson, Delran, Maple Shade, Mount Holly and Lumberton, to Pemberton, Palmyra, Burlington, Florence and Edgewater Park, to Tabernacle, Shamong, Columbus, Vincentown, and more.
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Read hospice and palliative care testimonials below to learn about services administered in Burlington County:
“The level of care and services provided by Samaritan were more than we ever imagined and the consideration given to me his last days are sincerely appreciated.” L.S., Marlton, NJ
“Dad passed peacefully with his children by his side. Your care made it all possible. I have been a LPN for over 40 years and was anxious about letting and one in my ‘I can do it all’ approach. My only regret was not calling hospice sooner!” K.E., Burlington, NJ
“Dad died peacefully without the multiple machines that had kept him alive, but not living for almost 4 weeks. Although his stay was brief [The Samaritan Center at Mount Holly}, two nights, his peaceful death with dignity was compassionate. His family was able to say goodbye. I can’t express how thankful we were to have had the extreme good fortune to find our way to your care. Your staff was efficient, compassionate, and knowledgeable…. “ C.S., Columbus, NJ
“I always felt that my questions about anything related to Samaritan would be answered: personal, personnel, financial, daily procedures, end of life…. This is a letter of gratitude for the quality of life and as much physical, mental, and emotional ease as possible that Samaritan provided our entire family.” N.P., Medford, NJ
If you’re interested in learning more about hospice and palliative care in Burlington County NJ, please contact us at (800) 229-8183 or please fill out this online form.