Hospice of Arizona Announces the “Greenfield House” Inpatient Unit

Hospice of Arizona is pleased to announce the new free-standing “Greenfield House” Inpatient Unit, located at 1132 S. Oakland Avenue in Mesa, Arizona.  The new facility is a shining example of state-of-the-art care combined with the comforts of home.  The “Greenfield House” offers 12,000 Sq. Feet with 14 luxurious suites, family lounge, cafe, gourmet kitchen with an in-house chef and garden. 

The Grand Opening will be on July 13, 2011 from 3pm – 7pm and they will begin taking patients in July 2011.  The Mesa Chamber will be providing a ribbon cutting ceremony and inviting the Mayor of Mesa Scott Smith along with other political figures in the Valley.

Hospice of Arizona will present a beautiful Comfort Garden for Patients and Families called the “Greenfield Comfort Garden.”  The Garden will honor Former Governor and 2011 Woman of the Year Rose Mofford for her life’s work and continued support to Hospice for over 15 years. 

Please RSVP to Nonie Coulson at 602-589-2106 or Nonie.Coulson@Americanhospice.com
 by July 6, 2011. 


One Response to Hospice of Arizona Announces the “Greenfield House” Inpatient Unit

  1. Vicky Ferguson says:

    My family & I can only say the most positive opinions to the staff and the facility for accepting my GREAT BIG family with open arms. The staff was amazing in so many ways. We never had feelings of discomfort or needed anything. They were always there. Very sincere feelings to our family and my especially my mom. The day my mom was admitted, she asked my sister to take her “home”…my sister knew where “home” was, Greenfield House”…she told me she felt so comfortable there and wanted to rest in that very place. So she did. A great big Thank you to the staff.
    Lupe Valdez & Family

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