Circle of Life Hospice Homes
Circle of Life is proud to provide the region's only free-standing inpatient hospice homes. The homes provide a place of comfort and peace for those patients needing 24/7 end-of-life care.
Nurses, Social Workers, Hospice Aides, and our physicians work together to provide comfort care for the patient. With a very low patient to nurse ratio, Circle of Life is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure every patient receives the best care possible.
Earlene Howard Hospice Home- located in Har-Ber Meadows
The Earlene Howard Hospice Home opened in January 2006 and is located at 901 Jones Road in Springdale. The home includes 24 patient rooms, two family living rooms, two stone fireplaces, two dining areas, a children's center, and a Chapel.
Abundant gardens line the interior and exterior walkways of the Willard & Pat Walker Family Center, providing a tranquil escape. The Children's Center provides a place for children to play with a caregiver while parents or families are visiting a patient in the hospice home.
Each of the 24 private rooms have an outdoor patio, sleeper sofa, kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator, television, large bathroom and a Hill Rom Versa Care bed for the ultimate level of comfort for the patient and family.
Circle of Life Hospice Home at Legacy Village
The Circle of Life Hospice Home at Legacy Village is a temporary 8-bed inpatient hospice home located in a GreenHouse® on the Legacy Village campus in Bentonville. The home provides the same amenities as the Earlene Howard Hospice Home. Circle of Life Hospice Home at Legacy Village is located at
900 NE Verdant in Bentonville.
Circle of Life has received a Permit of Approval from the Arkansas Health Services Permit Agency in Little Rock for the purpose of operating a 24-bed inpatient hospice home in Bentonville. This facility will provide closer accessibility to quality end-of-life care for those living in Benton and Carroll counties. The 8-bed facility that opened in March will serve as our interim location, providing immediate care, until the permanent facility is completed in 2013.
The Hospice Home at Legacy Village will have 24 private rooms, conference and meeting rooms, administrative offices, a chapel, indoor and outdoor gardens and other amenities mirroring the Earlene Howard Hospice Home.