Houston Hospice Reopens Garden to Patients, Families, and the Community as Nonprofit Celebrates 40-Year Anniversary

Houston Hospice’s historic garden, located in the Texas Medical Center, will reopen to patients, families,  and the community, Monday, December  14, 2020 during a small, outdoor ceremony, beginning at 1:30 pm. Through generous grants, the newly renovated garden has been restored to its original Holcombe House estate design, allowing for wheelchair and hospital bed access.

In attendance will be: Dr. Paul Mansfield, Professor of Surgical Oncology, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Hospice Chairman of the Board; Rana McClelland, New Houston Hospice President & CEO; Sue Gaines, Houston Hospice Volunteer of 29 years; and members of The Garden Club of Houston.

About Houston Hospice

Houston Hospice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides compassionate, end-of-life care to all patients and families across 10 counties in the Greater Houston Area. Established in 1980, we are the oldest, largest, independent, nonprofit hospice in Houston and a proud member of the Texas Medical Center. For more information visit www.houstonhospice.org.