My dad was admitted at Calvary Hospice on 6/20/18. He's been sick for 3 years with various illnesses. When he was admitted his first response was he liked the place and the staff. This was very comforting to our family because we had a trying week before him being admitted at Calvary. This was also hard to come by with all of the different hospitals and the nursing home he was residing in for the last 3 years, their were a lot of issues with the different places. The staff was very attentive and answered all of our questions even if we were at home and needed to call to speak with someone. He was only at Calvary Hospice for 3 days and passed away on 6/23/18. When we received the call the nurse was very gentle with relaying the news. She told us what to expect and also that we could view his body within the next 2 hours and if we wanted to do so they would be there waiting for our family. When we arrived, security greeted us with open arms and gave their condolences and allowed us go upstairs. When we arrived on the floor someone was there to greet us, they hugged us and gave their condolences. They asked if we needed to speak with a priest to help with our grief. We sat with our dad for some time and when we left the room all of the staff on the floor, even the maintenance lady gave us their condolences and told us he went peacefully and consoled us. This place helped us with out grieving. If it wasn't for them it would have been much more difficult. I am very grateful.