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May 24, 2016
Hospice is the gold standard for end-of-life care in the United States. Once on the service, terminally ill patients typically live longer and...
February 8, 2016
Jefferson, WI—Rainbow Hospice Care is growing, and as a result, they’ve scheduled a job fair for registered nurses (RNs) and certified nursing...
January 26, 2016
For the eighteenth consecutive year, Rock River Lanes in Fort Atkinson will host a Nine-Pin Tap Scotch Doubles Bowling Fundraiser to benefit Rainbow...
December 17, 2015
Melinda Welsh, founding editor of the Sacramento News & Review and younger sister of Dr. Martin Welsh - the courageous terminally ill physician...


Rainbow Hospice Care is a community based non-profit hospice organization that helps terminally ill patients and their loved ones maintain quality of life even at the end of life—offering compassionate, expert care that focuses on comfort, dignity, and peace.

Thank you to all the nurses that helped with mom. The chaplain, the social worker, the volunteers, you all play a very special part in taking care of people and their families when they need it most. It took a team of nurses at the end.

God bless the work you do!

The Birr Family

I would also like to thank all of you for the care you gave Mom and also to myself and my brother and sister. You will never be forgotten and you will be in my prayers to continue the wonderful help to others in need. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!


It is difficult to put into words how truly valuable and essential your entire care team was for both Steve and our family. We honestly feel like we could not have done this without you. It was very obvious that each employee brought their own special gift. We thank each and every one of you for your unique talent and your genuine strength of character. We will be forever grateful.

Mary & Family

Thank you, encouragers and comforters of Hospice, for your care of Ron.  Your time spent to check on and direct requirements such as bed, oxygen, meds eased our family's stress.  Thanks to the lady that took him for a walk.  Thanks to Carol and especially to Sue for her soft ways.

Nancy and Family