Press Room

Media Contact

Our online press room provides basic information for media interested in the latest information about Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro (HPCG), including its history, the latest hospice statistics and milestones. If you are a working member of the media and would like to speak to an HPCG media relations representative, please call or submit a request to

Elizabeth Keri, MA
Public Relations and Marketing
Phone: 336.478.2760
2500 Summit Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27405

Brand Guide

Our brand is more than just a visual representation of who we are — it also helps us effectively transform attitudes and behaviors.  While we have many programs and initiatives, we need one strong, unmistakable identity to clearly and effectively communicate who we are and what we do as an organization. Access the Brand Guide now.


The logos, as presented here, are the official and only logos to be used to identify Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro and Kids Path. Any questions regarding these guidelines should be directed to the marketing department at 336.478.2582 or via email at

Hospice 4 color horizontal logo

PNG | Please contact the marketing department for an EPS vector art file. 

Hospice 4 color vertical logo

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Kids Path 2 color logo

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Fact Sheet

Learn about HPCG’s mission, vision and programs. Hospice is a different model that utilizes the interdisciplinary team approach to healthcare, which includes physicians, nurses, hospice aides, bereavement counselors, chaplains, social workers and volunteers. Access the Fact Sheet now.

Hospice Awareness Calendar

Engage in health observances that raise awareness about HPCG and our interdisciplinary team. Access the Hospice Awareness Calendar now.


Explore the history of HPCG and see our major accomplishments. Access the Timeline now.

Hospice Talking Points

Understand hospice care and learn what makes this health care model distinctive. The name was first applied to specialized care for dying patients by physician Dame Cicely Saunders, who began her work with the terminally ill in 1947 and eventually went on to create the first modern hospice – St. Christopher’s Hospice – in a residential suburb of London. Saunders introduced the idea of specialized care for the dying to the United states during a 1963 visit with Yale University. Access the Hospice Talking Points now.