It’s About Living

We provide comfort, support, and dignity during life’s most challenging times.

It’s About Living

We provide comfort, support, and dignity during life’s most challenging times.

Our mission is made possible in part by our annual sponsors

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Our most anticipated event of the year is back in 2024

We’re excited to announce the return of our annual Hearts for Hospice event to raise funds for our Children’s Bereavement Program! Join us February 17, 2024 for fun activities, music, our silent auction, and more. 

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We are here for you, on every step of your journey.

Hospice of Lake Cumberland is based in Somerset, Kentucky. We are a registered non-profit organization offering hospice and palliative care services to the greater Kentucky region, and serve the counties of Pulaski, Wayne, McCreary, Casey, Russell, Clinton and Cumberland.

It is our goal to make our patients feel comfortable and safe, and to improve the quality of the life. We also work with family members of our patients, preparing them as they walk with the patient on this final journey of life.

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We honor every moment.

Hospice of Lake Cumberland offers end-of-life and palliative care services that focus on improving the quality of life of our patients.

We work to remove pain and ease suffering, making our patients as comfortable as possible so that they can enjoy more time focusing on what matters most to them. With care, support and southern hospitality, we walk with our patients as they complete their journey with dignity and grace.

Download our home safety checklist

Click the button below to get a free copy of our home safety checklist for hospice patients. 

Hospice of Lake Cumberland is a special kind of caring for people with a life-limiting illness and their families.


“You all were amazing with my mother and helped us tremendously. I wanted to thank you for the care you provided. Mom only was with you all for a week but you sure made her final days more comfortable.”

Carlena S.

“Words can’t describe how wonderful Hospice of Lake Cumberland was during the end of life for my sister, Lisa Coffey. My wife and I were her caregivers until she went to the Jean Waddle Care Center. “

Ron C.

“Such a wonderful organization! My husband went to be with the Lord on sept 25, 2018. It was such a hard a traumatic time. But, the nurses were amazing!”

Sherry H.

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Providing comfort, support and dignity during life’s most challenging times.
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