Promise Hospice


we will care for you as though you are family

We are experienced and prepared to help you meet the challenges you are facing. We’ll be there to treat you as though you are one of our own family you have our word, we promise.


nurse with elderly woman on wheelchair

There are many things to consider when making a decision about hospice. The importance of choosing a suitable hospice is critical for your loved one and your family.


nurse with elderly man

PromiseCare© from Promise Hospice™ is our word to all patients and families entrusted to our care that they will be treated like one of our own family. You have our word .


older woman with son

Our goal is to help the patient and the family live each day to the fullest by focusing on comfort care, pain management and relief of distressing symptoms.

Your End of Life Expert

Elizabeth Aungier is the co-founder and owner of Promise Hospice. She holds her BSW and MSW from West Virginia University, with a specialty in gerontology. Her passion is providing end of life care, while supporting people to die on their own terms. She has worked in end of life for over 25 years, as a medical social worker, bereavement coordinator, executive director, and now hospice owner. During this time she has supported over 2000 patients with their end of life journey. Elizabeth is also the creator and trainer of the Professional End of Life Doula Program, and teaches live End of life Doula trainings.


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