HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT INC
675 PETER JEFFERSON PKWY NO 300, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA 22911 www.hopva.org

Total Revenue
$22,906,555
Total Expenses
$20,088,982
Net Assets
$19,210,750

Organizations Filed Purposes: TO POSITIVELY TRANSFORM THE WAY PEOPLE VIEW AND EXPERIENCE SERIOUS ILLNESS, DYING, AND GRIEF.

TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY WITH HOSPICE CARE AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES RELATED TO SERIOUS ILLNESS AND LOSS WITH THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF SKILL, COMPASSION, AND RESPECT.

HOSPICE IS A PHILOSOPHY OF CARE, NOT A PLACE. DIGNITY, RESPECT, AND QUALITY OF LIFE ARE FOUNDATIONAL VALUES AT HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT. OUR VISION IS TO ACHIEVE A DAY IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA WHERE NO ONE DIES ALONE OR IN PAIN. SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, 365 DAYS EACH YEAR, STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS FROM HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT CARE FOR PEOPLE WHEREVER THEY CALL HOME (INCLUDING PRIVATE HOMES, NURSING HOMES, ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES, AS WELL AS THE CENTER FOR ACUTE HOSPICE CARE AND THE HOSPICE HOUSE, ONE OF ONLY TWO LICENSED RESIDENTIAL HOSPICE FACILITIES IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA), PROVIDING EXPERT HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE, ENSURING THAT PATIENTS ARE SAFE AND COMFORTABLE, AND HELPING PATIENTS, THEIR CAREGIVERS, AND FAMILIES UNDERSTAND AND COPE WITH END OF LIFE ISSUES. HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT CURRENTLY SUPPORTS NEARLY 1,700 HOSPICE PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES EACH YEAR BY ADDRESSING THE PRACTICAL, EMOTIONAL, AND SPIRITUAL NEEDS OF PATIENTS, FAMILY AND FRIENDS LEADING UP TO AND AFTER DEATH.DURING FISCAL YEAR 2019, HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT PROVIDED CARE TO NEARLY 1,700 PATIENTS ACROSS OUR 12 COUNTY SERVICE AREA. PERFORMING THESE SERVICES WERE INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAMS OF DOCTORS, NURSES, HOME HEALTH AIDES, SOCIAL WORKERS, CHAPLAINS, COUNSELORS, ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, AND TRAINED VOLUNTEERS. DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD, HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT HAD APPROXIMATELY 190 EMPLOYEES AND 220 VOLUNTEERS. VOLUNTEERS PROVIDED 6,945 HOURS OF SERVICE IN SUPPORT OF HOSPICE CARE IN OUR COMMUNITY.IN ADDITION TO PROVIDING EACH HOSPICE PATIENT AND THEIR FAMILY WITH CUSTOMIZED END OF LIFE CARE PLANS INCLUDING MEDICAL, EMOTIONAL, SPIRITUAL, PSYCHOSOCIAL AND PRACTICAL SUPPORT, HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT PROVIDES BEREAVEMENT SERVICES TO FAMILY MEMBERS AND TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FREE OF CHARGE, OFFERING GRIEF WORKSHOPS AND SUPPORT GROUPS, AND ONE-ON-ONE COUNSELING FOR A MINIMUM OF 13 MONTHS. DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD, BEREAVEMENT SERVICES WERE PROVIDED TO OVER 4,000 PEOPLE.ADDITIONAL SPECIALIZED SERVICES INCLUDE:-THE NEWTON AND WILMA THOMAS HOSPICE HOUSE IS AVAILABLE WHEN A FAMILY FINDS ITSELF UNABLE TO PROVIDE THE CARE REQUIRED TO ALLOW THEIR LOVED ONE TO REMAIN AT HOME DURING THE FINAL DAYS OR WEEKS OF THEIR ILLNESS. THE HOSPICE HOUSE OFFERS THE FULL SPECTRUM OF HOSPICE CARE, INCLUDING ROUND-THE-CLOCK NURSING STAFF, IN A PEACEFUL, HOMELIKE SETTING. THE COSTS OF ROOM, BOARD, AND AROUND-THE-CLOCK CARE ARE NOT COVERED BY MOST INSURANCE PLANS. FAMILIES ARE ASKED TO COMPENSATE HOSPICE OF THE PIEDMONT FOR THESE EXPENSES ACCORDING TO ABILITY. A FINANCIAL SCREENING AND, WHEN APPROPRIATE, SLIDING SCALE FEES ARE OFFERED TO ALL RESIDENTS. DONATONS TO THE HOSPICE HOUSE HELP ENSURE ACCESS TO THIS SERVICE FOR ALL PATIENTS, REGARDLESS OF INCOME.-THE CENTER FOR ACUTE HOSPICE CARE IS DESIGNED FOR PATIENTS WITH CARE NEEDS THAT ARE TOO GREAT TO BE MET AT HOME. THE STATE-OF-THE-ART, 10-BED UNIT LOCATED AT NORTHRIDGE MEDICAL PARK COMBINES THE EXPERT, LOVING CARE OF OUR RENOWNED HOSPICE PROGRAM WITH THE ADVANCED, ROUND-THE-CLOCK RESOURCES AND AMENITIES OF A HOSPITAL. -THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN SUPPORTS KIDS AND TEENS, AS WELL AS THEIR FAMILIES, WITH COMPREHENSIVE, COMPASSIONATE, NON-MEDICAL THERAPEUTIC SERVICES AND A SAFE AND POSITIVE PLACE TO LEARN AND GRIEVE. THE JOURNEYS PROGRAM USES EXPRESSIVE MUSIC AND ART THERAPY TO HELP KIDS, AGES FOUR TO EIGHTEEN, EXPRESS THEIR FEELINGS ABOUT THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE, COPE WITH THE DEATH PROCESS, AND CREATE MEMORIES IN A SAFE AND CARING ENVIRONMENT. THE PROGRAM INCLUDES, AT NO COST TO FAMILIES, INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING BY OUR CARING AND PROFESSIONAL BEREAVEMENT SPECIALISTS, FULL-DAY BEREAVEMENT CAMPS, AND MULTI-WEEK SUPPORT GROUPS AT OUR OFFICES AND AT SCHOOLS. OUR TEEN BEREAVEMENT PROGRAM, OASIS, IS A DINNER-DISCUSSION PROGRAM CONNECTING TEENS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED THE DEATH OF A SIGNIFICANT PERSON IN THEIR LIVES WITH EACH OTHER TO LEARN ABOUT GRIEF AND CREATIVE WAYS TO WORK THROUGH IT. ALL THE PROGRAMS IN OUR CENTER FOR CHILDREN ARE PROVIDED AT NO COST TO FAMILIES AND ARE MADE POSSIBLE BY PRIVATE PHILANTHROPY AND GRANTS.-THE "WE HONOR VETERANS" PROGRAM TO HONOR THE SERVICE OF THE MANY VETERANS IN OUR CARE AND SUPPORT THEIR PARTICULAR NEEDS.-VOLUNTEER THERAPY PROGRAMS SUCH AS MUSIC BY THE BEDSIDE AND MASSAGE THERAPY.-THE HOSPICE EDUCATION INSTITUTE, LEADING COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS TO MEET THE AREA'S GROWING NEED FOR END-OF-LIFE CARE.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Ronald CottrellPRESIDENT & CEO40$240,793
Angela StiltnerSENIOR MEDICAL DIRECTOR40$219,440
Amy GillespieCHIEF CLINICAL OFFICER40$136,827
Sam MorganCHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER40$117,586
Anthony MarburyDIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY40$109,232
Mariellen HagyDIRECTOR OF FINANCE40$107,521
John BowmanCHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER40$0
Larry ZippinCHAIR1$0
Judy TobinTREASURER1$0
Peyton TaylorDIRECTOR1$0
Jack Taggart IiiDIRECTOR1$0
Scott SyverudDIRECTOR1$0
Barbara RainvilleDIRECTOR1$0
Liz NottinghamDIRECTOR1$0
Jeanne MccuskerDIRECTOR1$0
Neil MairsDIRECTOR1$0
Zane JonesDIRECTOR1$0
Dorrie FontaineVICE CHAIR1$0
David ErnDIRECTOR1$0
Rick EisenstaedtDIRECTOR1$0
Alan CulbertsonDIRECTOR1$0
Melba CampbellSECRETARY1$0
Cathy CampbellDIRECTOR1$0

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