This central and highly used area of the Hospice Home includes the family room, children’s room, kitchen, dining, study/home office, chapel, and conference/counseling room.
The Medical Support Center is the clinical center for patient care and includes the care team station, pharmaceutical storage, medical records, staff lounge or Angel Room and other clinical areas for SECU Crystal Coast Hospice House physicians, nurses, and volunteers.
The Angel Room is specially designed to support the staff and volunteers that care for our hospice home patients and their loved ones. The Angel Room provides a break area, spacious full bath with shower, and refrigerator.
The 11 acre site features a walking trail through gardens and grounds, giving families an outdoor experience for viewing and soothing.
The hospice home has commercial grade laundry & linen storage facilities to ensure that patients have timely access to fresh linens when needed.
Every home needs ample storage space and this large walk in closet is designed to handle the largest medical equipment with ease and is a prominently visible area of the hospice home.
Live oak trees positioned and illuminated on the grounds of the home for high visual impact.
This inpatient facility has rooms large enough for overnight stays by family members and spaces for families to gather and share meals and precious time together. It offers the highest level of inpatient hospice care including therapeutic social, emotional, spiritual and grief support.
This wing of the Hospice Home contains 6 acute care patient suites and supporting medical services as well as a sunroom and private porches that surround the patients and loved ones with comforts of home.
This wing of the Hospice Home contains 4 patient suites providing respite hospice care and includes a sunroom and porch.
The Family Dining Area is a welcoming and frequently visited space with dining and food preparation amenities for families to share home cooked meals together or to grab a quick snack.
The 11 acre campus located on Big Rock Weigh includes gardens, paths, and other amenities to support patients, families, and caregivers.
This prominent area is the hub of activity for the specially trained professional and volunteer staff that care for patients and their families.
This is the first area inside the hospice home that family and visitors see. Appointments and lighting are warm and welcoming as well as functional. Two fabulous original paintings, donated by renowned local artist Jack Saylor, greet all who walk in the front doors.
The Family Living Room offers a homelike environment featuring a fireplace and comfortable seating for patients, families and visitors to gather, rest, receive visitors, and make the most of their times together.
The covered drive up is the first contact with the physical structure and provides protection and security from the weather as families and visitors arrive and enter the hospice home.
This well-appointed room offers a private area for families and loved ones to meet and confer with medical, spiritual and legal counselors.
The nondenominational chapel offers a serene location for families to draw strength and comfort from their faith and each other.
This room dedicates space for activities that are enjoyed by young and old, patient or loved one. It will feature an art center, building blocks, video gaming nook (with headphones), TVs and comfortable seating.
This room provides space for telecommuting for family members and loved ones by offering internet access and wireless computing capabilities and a computer to access your email; as well as comfortable appointments including a fireplace.
A200 – Jerry and Jeremy Jackson
A201 – Ann and Ham Sloan
A202 – Hugh and Nan Cullman
A203 – Dick and Hildred Parker and Family
A204 and A205 – Richard and Linda Seale
R100 – Ray and Laura Bell
R101 – Katherine and Bob Arthur, Maggie and Skinner Chalk
R102 – Peg and Charlton Burns
R103 – Al and Janet Rhem
Each comfortably appointed patient suite has family seating with sleeper sofa, a private bath with shower and a sun porch. The house has 6 acute care and 4 residential care patient suites.
The Memorial Garden contains a memorial brickyard to allow families to memorialize loved ones and honor staff or volunteers who provided a special tenderness as well as garden accents and seating.
The Terrace Dining area is located off the Family Kitchen and Dining Facilities and offers families an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful weather and exterior amenities while sharing meals and precious time together.
The Butterfly Garden is filled with colorful landscaping, an original sculpture and a seashell pathway & gazebo to provide a serene and cheerful location for patients and loved ones to explore.
The majestic double mahogany doors that make up the Front Entrance welcome each visitor to the Hospice Home.
Sunroom, Acute Wing: Randy and Tiffany Ramsey
Sunroom, Residential Wing: Norman and Ruth Kellum Jr.
Each Patient Care Wing features a sunroom for families and loved ones to gather and visit and soak in the outdoors without leaving the home.
The Patient Spa provides access to a whirlpool spa with therapeutic jets to assist in pain management and soothe emotional and physical stresses.
The Angel Room Terrace provides a covered outdoor space with comfortable seating for caregivers to relax during brief breaks from tending to patients and families.
The campus features two ponds with fountains. The largest pond is located closer to the facility and features two reflecting pools and a fountain.
The Director’s Office is used by staff and volunteers on a daily basis as care and comfort are coordinated for each patient.
Office A: Ray and Polly Brown
Office B: First Citizens Bank
Office C: Dick and Billie Futrell
The Offices offer work space for staff and an area for small family meetings and social support programs.
The Dining Porch is located just off the Family Kitchen and Dining area and provides a separate area for family togetherness. It offers a transition from the interior family dining to the exterior dining terrace.
A delightful garden path winds its way from the hospice home, through trellises and into each garden.
While not accessible from the interior of the home, the mechanical/electrical room is critical to the comfort and operation of the facility.
Fireplace, Family Room: Margaret Glasgow and Geraldine Gaylor
Fireplace, The Study: William and Douglas B Glasgow
The Home features two fireplaces for family gathering or warm solitude. Fireplaces are a focal point in the Family Room and in the Study/Home Office.
The campus features two ponds with fountains. The smaller pond is located beyond the Gardens and is accented by benches, landscaping and a gazebo.
Mac and Karen Willis
The Chapel features two stained glass works commissioned by Crystal Coast Hospice House.
Gazebo, right: Frank Door Company
Gazebo, left: Potters for Parkinson’s
The campus features two gazebos located among the gardens and grounds for a private, serene resting spot for families.
North Side: Lee Dixon, Coastal Architecture
South Side: Lee and Glenda Dixon
Each Patient Wing features a covered side entrance just adjacent to the sunroom. These entrances will be used to access outdoor amenities on the campus by patients, families and staff.
Vending machines in this area of the Family Kitchen and Dining offers families and loved ones snack and beverage options when cooking is not convenient.
The Pulpit area is the focal point of the Chapel.
The Video & Music Area is located inside the Children’s Room and features a coordinated space for quiet video gaming and viewing.
This area of the Hospice Home is for storage and dispensing of the medications and medical supplies necessary for the comfort of patients.
The Medical Records Room houses the patient records.
The Groundskeeper’s Shop provides storage for amenities related to keeping the Campus beautiful and to maintaining seasonally exchanged items on the Hospice Home Campus.
The Residential Fresh Linen Room enhances the home-like atmosphere and allows families to access laundry amenities within the house.
Greg Garner/Garner Landscaping
Several footbridges connect the beautiful gardens and pathways on the grounds of the SECU Crystal Coast Hospice House campus.
A planted, illuminated island enhances the front grounds that welcome all to the Hospice Home.
Oak Hill Country Club
Angels for Charlie
Four live oak trees are positioned and illuminated on the grounds of the home for high visual impact.
Front Trellis: Iva and Tat Fearing
Back Trellis: Scott and Christi Maxwell
The gardens feature two trellis archways to enhance the entrances and transitions.
Curtis and Sarah Strange
Oak Hill Country Club
JD Smith, Elizabeth Stekas Family and Friends
Several unlit live oak trees are be positioned on the grounds to provide native coastal shade. Carefully located in the front of the home and in the gardens in the back of the home.
Carteret County Association of Realtors
Jackson and Christy Phillips
Bob and Susan Awbrey Hunter
The grounds feature several benches for resting and enjoying the 11 acre campus.
Naming a room, area, or art provides opportunities for remembering a loved one and recognizing our generous donors. All areas will be designed and appointed by the Crystal Coast Hospice House. Naming opportunities are subject to approval and acceptance by the Crystal Coast Hospice House Board of Directors.