Our Hospice relocating to new office in Decatur County

Our Hospice of South Central Indiana is relocating to a new space in Decatur County. As of
November 1, 2022, the Our Hospice Decatur county office will be located at 2015 N. Broadway
Street in Greensburg, Indiana in the building currently occupied by Remax Realty Associates
and Strategic Ag. Insurance Services. “We are excited to have located a new office site,” said
Laura Leonard, President of Our Hospice of South Central Indiana. “As a home base for our
teams who serve Decatur, Shelby, Rush and Franklin Counties, it is important we have an office
location as a central point for our care staff of nurses, home health aides, social workers,
chaplains and volunteers as they provide care in the homes of patients and in many long-term
care facilities in the surrounding region,” continued Leonard.
Our Hospice, founded in 1980, opened a branch office in Decatur County in 1991. In 2016, staff
moved into a location on Main Street which served us well for six years. Since the pandemic,
leaders and staff have improved operating efficiencies and increased remote work capabilities
which decreased the need for square footage. “Most of our staff works remotely in the homes
and the facilities where our patients reside. This, along with new remote technologies in place,
allows us to downsize our office footprint, while maintaining a much needed office space for
meetings, consultations, supplies and materials; and to provide visibility of our organization in
the counties we serve,” said Leonard.
Leonard continued, “Our Hospice has a long relationship with Decatur County. Our Board of
Director’s include Rex McKinney, President of Decatur County Memorial Hospital, and Dennis
Fogel, Community Member representing the local community in organizational direction and
decisions. Additionally, this summer we held our 28 th Annual Decatur County Golf Tournament
which has raised over $710,000 since its inception in 1995. We work closely with community
members Rob Eversole, David McCullough, Brian Wenning, Jim Wenning, and Mark Wickens
who represent Decatur county on our Community Relations Committee. They support our work

About us
Our Hospice supports patients, their families and caregivers when they need us the most, delivering
exceptional hospice care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and wherever a patient calls home in 16
counties from our offices in Columbus, Greensburg and North Vernon. Relentlessly pursuing our mission,
To Make Every Moment Count, with excellent responsiveness day and night and same day admissions.
Bartholomew Brown Clark  Dearborn Decatur Franklin  Jackson  Jefferson
Jennings Johnson Ohio Ripley Rush Scott  Shelby  Switzerland
by hosting the golf outing, providing information about hospice care to the community, and
raising much-needed funds for our not-for-profit organization.”
The new, local office space will support our vital work in deploying care teams to those who are
managing a serious illness. Our Hospice staff work closely with Decatur County Memorial
Hospital, Major Hospital, Rush County Hospital, local physicians, and extended and assisted
living facilities in four contiguous counties. The Decatur team cares for approximately 400
individuals annually, in the surrounding area, providing medical and nursing care, emotional and
social support, and bereavement services to patients and families.
“We are excited to announce our move to our new location and will be planning a public open
house in the near future. We look forward to caring for the people in the communities served by
this office location for many years to come,” said Leonard.

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