Samaritan was founded by visionary volunteers 40 years ago, and is South Jersey’s first hospice. Since 1980, Samaritan has been the largest hospice organization serving Gloucester County and the South Jersey area.
Samaritan’s programs in Gloucester County, NJ include hospice care and palliative care, as well as grief support, and education.
Families receive compassionate hospice and palliative care all throughout Gloucester County NJ. From Glassboro, Clayton, Pitman, and Williamstown, to Gloucester Township, Washington Township, Deptford, West Deptford, and Wenonah, to National Park, Harrison Township, Franklin Township, Woodbury, and Westville.
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“I would like to thank you for the exceptional service… My family and I marveled afterwards at how seamlessly everything was handled (i.e. the equipment set up, the medications, the scheduling of nurses, HHAs, all the while always aware of our rather overwhelmed feelings.” P.H., Pitman, NJ
“Thank you to the kind and compassionate nurses in Mount Holly who not only took care of my mom but also me and my sisters. They explained everything that was happening in a way that made it easy for us to understand. I only know that without them, this already sad and inconsolable time would have been way worse.” CS, Sewell, NJ
“It only took one call and the biggest relief was [given to] me and my family to see that in a few hours my dad was taken out of so much pan, and in a lot of comfort. … then you guys didn’t even hesitate to clean and dress my dad respectfully and didn’t rush to leave. You were the best call I made.” J.K., Gloucester Township, NJ
“It was a huge weight lifted from my shoulders being able to call 24/7 with my questions. I felt bewildered and you just took care of everything.” M.L., Williamstown, NJ
“You made her last month better and she was not afraid. She knew she was in good hand as we did as well!” D.A., Mantua, NJ
If you’re interested in learning more about hospice and palliative care in Gloucester County NJ, please contact us at (800) 229-8183 or please fill out this online form.