Hutcheson Hospice provides a range of health care services for individuals with terminal illnesses. It offers medical, social and bereavement services to patients and families. The facility provides various chaplain services. Its staff includes certified therapists, nurses and nursing assistants. Hutcheson Hospice offers treatment for cancer, liver failure, HIV/AIDS, and heart, kidney and lung diseases. The facility also specializes in the treatment of neurological disorders. Additionally, it provides medical referral services. Located in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., Hutcheson Hospice is a part of the Hutcheson Medical Center, which is one of the largest community hospitals in Georgia. The center staffs more than 1,300 employees and is accredited by The Joint Commission.