St. Anthony's at de Greeff Hospice House provides pain relief and emotional and spiritual support to patients at the end of their lives.
St. Anthony's Hospice serves patients who live within a one-hour drive of the medical center, in St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson and Franklin counties and the city of St. Louis.
Beautifully landscaped grounds including an outdoor trail, patio with BBQ facilities, walkway and stone grotto add to the serenity of the de Greeff Hospice House.
A grotto and fountain adjacent to de Greeff Hospice House offer a place of solitude for patients and visitors, complete with bench seating.
The de Greeff Hospice House has 18 private bedrooms that offer peace and tranquility.
The rooms and furnishings at de Greeff Hospice House are designed to offer the comforts of home.
The rooms at de Greeff Hospice House, including the TV and game room, allow patients and their families to relax in comfort.
Bookworms may feast on the literary offerings found in the library at de Greeff Hospice House.
St. Anthony's at de Greeff Hospice House has served thousands of terminally ill patients since it opened in 1999.
A plethora of picture windows capture the sunlight at de Greeff Hospice House. Shown above is the dayroom.
Plantings and a fountain grace the yard at de Greeff Hospice house. In the distance is Heffernan Hospitality House, which provides accommodations for patients and their families who come to St. Anthony's or treatment.
The Marlene Shelton Walkway of Life features stepping-stones engraved with personal and memorial messages to loved ones.
A few of the tributes found along the Marlene Shelton Walkway of Life.
A fireplace at de Greeff Hospice House helps to warm those cold winter days.
Patients and their families are welcome to use the dining room at de Greeff Hospice House.
In addition to providing meal service to patients, de Greeff Hospice House is equipped with a kitchenette for use by staff, patients and their families.