Since 1982, Mesilla Valley Hospice has provided end-of-life care 24 hours a day for patients that have been diagnosed with an illness that limits their life expectancy to six months or less. We provide this care in a variety of settings, including the patient’s home, a nursing home, a hospital, an assisted living facility, or our own in-patient unit, La Posada. Our goal is to enable our patients to continue a pain-free life and to manage other symptoms so that their last months may be spent with dignity and quality, surrounded by their loved ones.
It’s good to be different. Mesilla Valley Hospice has led the way as the only community hospice and non-profit hospice in Doña Ana County. Plus, this is the only facility in New Mexico with a hospice in-patient unit.
Hospice isn’t a building—it’s a type of care that can be provided at home, in an assisted-living facility, a nursing home, or a hospice in-patient unit. Hospice brings comfort to patients and families wherever home is when curative treatments are no longer working.
Providing comfort and compassionate care to the community requires the talents and experience of top-qualified professionals and volunteers that have a commitment to service. If you want to be a part of our world class team view our available positions.
Mesilla Valley Hospice is allowing visitors to our in-patient unit, La Posada. All visitors are screened upon entrance to the building. We kindly ask, if you are ill please stay home. The safety of our patients and their families, and our staff and volunteers is of the utmost importance to us.
Currently, and until further notice, we are not allowing any outside groups, meetings or activities at the facility.
Although Mesilla Valley Hospice is allowing visitors in our facility at this time, visitation is restricted to some extent. Due to circumstances continually changing, please call the facility for details on the current restrictions. We hope you are understanding of any restrictions that may be in place at this time.
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