Liza’s Place, Valley Hospice Voted No. 1 in Hospice Care
Did you know that Liza’s Place is a part of Valley Hospice? Nestled in the hills of Wheeling near Oglebay Park, Liza’s Place, Valley Hospice Care Center South has been serving patients in the Ohio Valley since 2009.
The efforts of Valley Hospice’s dedicated staff has caught the attention of Ohio Valley residents, as readers of The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register have voted the company as the No. 1 provider of hospice care in the area.
Liza’s Place looks and feels like home with 12 private rooms, each including a private bathroom and screened patio, a tranquil garden, a family kitchen where families can make home-cooked meals, a chapel, a library and a luxurious spa. Guests, including children and pets, are welcome 24 hours a day, seven days a week and have access to overnight accommodations in each patient room.
The professional and compassionate staff at Liza’s Place offer 24-hour nursing care in a home-like atmosphere, with the added benefit of a low staff-to-patient ratio.
“Our patients have been quoted as saying Liza’s Place is the next best place to home,” said registered nurse Cynthia Bougher, Valley Hospice CEO.
For anyone interested in learning more about Valley Hospice and Liza’s Place, Valley Hospice offers “Lunch at Liza’s Place,” a free program that invites groups to hold meetings or attend informational sessions at Liza’s Place. If you need a place to hold your meeting or would like to learn more about what we do, contact Tracey at 877-467-7423 to learn how to schedule your free lunch and tour.
In addition to Liza’s Place, Valley Hospice is proud to offer the Mary Jane Brooks Valley Hospice Care Center North in Steubenville. Located on the seventh floor of Trinity Medical Center West, Care Center North has six private rooms, comfortable furnishings that look and feel like home, an eat-in kitchen and luxurious spa.
“We are proud to have the areas only inpatient hospice care centers,” said Bougher.
“Liza’s Place, Valley Hospice Care Center South and the Mary Jane Brooks Valley Hospice Care Center North are great options for patients who are unable to remain at home. We strive to meet the needs of our patients and their families and want the community to know that there’s help available that brings comfort, love and respect when they’re most needed.”