Hock Family Pavilion
The Hock Family Pavilion offers inpatient hospice care in Durham. It features 12 private patient rooms, each with a private bath and patio.
Our inpatient care facility provides 24-hour skilled nursing care in a comfortable setting to people who cannot manage their symptoms and/or cannot control their pain at home.
Our team of caregivers includes nurses, social workers, chaplains, nursing assistants, volunteers, and counselors. We address patients’ physical, emotional and spiritual needs including:
- Pain control and management of symptoms such as nausea, seizures, respiratory distress, and complicated wounds
- Psychosocial and clinical interventions to help address emotional and spiritual crises
- Transitional care education for new surroundings after hospital discharge
Family and friends can feel comfort knowing your loved one is being well cared for around-the-clock, seven days a week.
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The Hock Family Pavilion building was given to Duke Hospice by Gary Hock and Jim Hock, both local philanthropists.
If you're a physician who would like to refer a patient, please fax records to 919-471-5509.
One of 12 private patient rooms located at Hock Family Pavilion.
A restroom located inside a private patient room at Hock Family Pavilion.
The family room with a television area and a small kitchen at Hock Family Pavilion.
One of the multiple meditation rooms found inside of Hock Family Pavilion.
Another meditation room found inside of Hock Family Pavilion.
Rocking chairs on the front porch of Hock Family Pavilion.
Directions and Parking
We provide equal access for all people and offer a range of free accessibility services to patients and visitors who need them.
Free interpreter services can be provided for patients who prefer to communicate in a language other than English.
Durham, NC 27704-2119
Plan your trip to Hock Family Pavilion through GoDurham bus routes 4, 9, 9A, and 9B. The closest bus stops are Roxboro St at Pacific Ave and Pacific Ave at Roxboro Rd. If you have trouble accessing these routes, visit GoDurham Access to check if you meet the ADA eligibility for Durham County’s accessible transit program.