A Photographic Tour of Our Residences

The first Eaton Community Palliative Care residence opened in September 2003. 
It is located about 1 mile south of Charlotte, Michigan and approximately 1 mile from I-69.

The two Eaton Community Palliavate Care residences and Offices sit on 
13 plus acres in a peaceful setting.

In 2012, we cared for 248 hospice patients, but we had to turn away 210 patients
because of no available space.  In the spring of 2012, we started construction of
the second palliative care residence.  It opened in January 2013.

Our first residence completed in 2003 is on the left, and the
 recently completed residence which opened in 2013 is on the right. 

There is a warm, “home” type of atmosphere as you enter into one of our residences.

The reception area is the place to get information and directions to patients rooms.

The living area is for families and friends to relax, talk, or watch TV. 
There is a  TV in every  patient room.

The dining area is a place for families and friends to eat while visiting patients.

If larger families need more space, they are welcome to eat in our Conference Room.

One of the patient rooms in our residences. 

The seating area in a patient room.

Each patient room has a private bathroom.

Each residence has a “quiet room” to read, collect one’s thoughts or to just relax.