My mother entered into Longleaf Hospice due to a horrible terminal cancer diagnosis. We were told by her doctors that she would either strangle to death or the cancer would spread to her brain and put her in a coma. Unfortunately, it was her fate to strangle due to the tumor in her neck blocking her airway, but the nurses and chaplain at Longleaf kept her comfortable during her transition. Though it was hard to watch, the level of care and support offered by Longleaf was unmatched before, during, and after her death. Our chaplain, Bob, has been caring and supportive following mom’s transition. Longleaf is owned by Georgia Cancer Specialists, so they knew exactly how to handle mom’s illness and passing in comfort and care. I am so grateful to them.
This place is a "God sent" and so is the staff! They are very compassionate people. The business office is very efficient. May God bless this staff and continue to give them strength as they comfort people who are experiencing the loss of their love ones. I could not have had a better experience with a hospice facility, when I lost my mother in March 2013.