About Hospice Care Network

Our Mission

about Hospice Care Network

Our mission at Hospice Care Network is to enable people to live in peace and with dignity in a caring environment during the final stages of life by offering care and comfort both to them and to those with whom they share their lives.

We develop and provide individualized programs of care and supportive services during dying, death and bereavement that enhance quality of life by addressing physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs.

Our Vision

Our vision is for people living with advanced illness to have a meaningful experience – one in which they have the time to have meaningful conversations with friends and loved ones – because every day counts.


Hospice Care Network is a non profit healthcare organization serving people and families in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens counties. Hospice Care Network has been helping people since 1988.

As a member of the Northwell Health Systems Hospice Care Network is committed to the highest quality of care.

Hospice Care Network Locations

Hospice Care Network serves Nassau County and Suffolk County and Queens.

Nassau Administrative Office
99 Sunnyside Blvd
Woodbury, NY 11797
phone 516-832-7100
fax 516-832-7160
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The Mary Ann Tully Hospice Inn
70 Pinelawn Road
Melville, NY 11747
phone 516-832-7100
fax 516-832-7160
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Queens Team Office
59-07 175th Place
Fresh Meadows, NY 11365
phone 718-939-CARE (2273)
fax 718-746-6168
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The Fay J. Lindner Foundation Hope & Healing Center
14 Shore Lane
Bay Shore, NY 11706
phone 631-666-6863
fax 631-666-6889
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We Protect Patient Privacy In Every Way!
HIPAA – Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (1996) creates national standards to protect individuals’ medical records and other personal health information. This law was enacted to protect patient privacy and improve the security, accuracy and integrity of the electronic transmission of health information. HIPAA provisions affect providers (that means Hospice Care Network), payers, and all other entities that share in the exchange of health information. This new law requires that a privacy notice be given to all patients and makes it illegal to release health information to inappropriate parties, or fail to adequately protect health information from release. If violated, civil and criminal penalties can be incurred.