- 300 Highland Blvd
- Natchez, MS 39120 Directions
- 300 Highland Blvd
Primary Services:Hospice Care
Our promise is to be a trusted caregiver so you and your family can focus on the time you have together. If you have questions, call us or use the contact form on this page. We are here to help you make well-informed hospice decisions.
- Available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
- Medications, medical supplies, and equipment
- Personal physician, hospice medical director and RN coordinated care
- Pain and symptom management centered on patient and family goals
- Ancillary therapies for the relief of pain or other symptoms
- Assistance in-home with companionship and caregiver respite
- Local call nurses
- Non-denominational chaplain and spiritual services/counseling
- Trained volunteers
- We Honor Veterans, level 1 certification
- Bereavement grief support and counseling
- Light housekeeping
- Care provided wherever you call home, whether it be a hospital, nursing home, assisted living or your personal residence
I began my career in health care in 1983 as a Emergency Medical Technician and became a Paramedic. I was Paramedic Supervisor of a hospital based ambulance service until 1994. Upon completion of nursing school in 1994 I became a Registered Nurse and worked as a director of nursing for a nursing home until 2004 when I became a regional nurse consultant for the same company. I began my career in hospice in 2008 when I became executive director of Community Hospices of America, now Compassus. I oversee McComb, Natchez and Brookhaven Compassus programs.
Charles Borum, MD, is a family medicine doctor in Natchez, Mississippi, and is affiliated with Merit Health Natchez hospital. He also serves as medical director at Glenburney Nursing Home and Adams County Nursing Center.
He has maintained certification with the American Board of Family Medicine since 1986 and added qualifications in Hospice and Palliative Medicine in 2012.
He is a member of the Mississippi State Medical Association, the Homochitto Valley Medical Society, the Southern Medical Association, and the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.
He received his undergraduate degree from Mississippi State University and medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson, Mississippi. He completed his residency training in family practice in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, in connection with the Tulsa Medical College and the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine.