Employees (from left, bottom): Lori Nelson, Sue Wood; (top) Tony Asbury, Margaret Hopkins, Jennie Lemmon, Tammy Melvin, Tamie Hall.
Good Samaritan Hospice is expanding in the New River Valley with a new location offering more space for a growing mission to provide compassionate care to patients facing the end of life and families coming to terms with losing a loved one.
At 5,000 square feet, the new office at 1160 Moose Drive in Christiansburg features more training rooms, additional meeting and office space, high-tech upgrades and environmentally friendly elements, including sensor lights.
The expanded space follows last year’s move of Good Sam’s headquarters in Roanoke into larger, more efficient space. “It’s our mission that defines us, not our office,” says Sue Ranson, Good Samaritan’s president and CEO. “Yet, due to growth in the NRV, our new space makes our mission easier, with more room for staff, family and group meetings, better coordination for patient care, and a place where hospice care will be more visible and accessible to the community.”