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AngelsGrace Hospice

ProHealth Care
W359 N7430 Brown Street
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Main: 262-468-0115
Hours of Operation

For mailing, please use the following address:

N74 W35908 Servants' Way
Oconomowoc, WI 

DIRECTIONS TO ANGELSGRACE

From Oconomowoc and Watertown area:

Travel east on Hwy 16 to Cty Hwy P North (Brown Street). Turn left on Brown Street. Travel 3 miles north on Cty HWY P (past Hwy K) and you will arrive at AngelsGrace Hospice on the right side of the road.

From Hwy 67, travel to Hwy K. Turn east on Hwy K. Turn left on to Brown Street. AngelsGrace Hospice is on the right side of the road.

From the East:

Travel I94 west to Hwy 16. Take Hwy 16 approximately 9 miles to Cty Hwy P North (Brown Street) Exit #176. Travel 3 miles north on Cty Hwy P (past Hwy K). AngelsGrace Hospice in on the right side of the road.

From Washington and Dodge Counties:

Travel south to Cty Hwy P. Pass CW (approximately 2 miles) and pass St. Catherine's Church) to arrive at AngelsGrace Hospice on the left side of the road.

AngelsGrace Hospice offers 24-hour emotional, physical, educational and spiritual care in a beautiful setting in Oconomowoc, Wis. The caring staff emphasizes your quality of life, working to alleviate pain and other symptoms to enhance your time with family and friends. Your hospice team includes physicians, nurses, social workers, dietary staff, clergy, volunteers and more.

Amenities include

  • Large, private rooms equipped with the latest medical technology and the comforting luxuries of home

  • Private patios

  • Indoor play area for children

  • Overnight accommodations for family members

  • Whirlpool tubs

  • Great room with a fireplace and piano

  • Chapel and meditation area

  • End of Life Learning Center

  • Large dining room with a 24-hour snack bar

  • Group and family dining area

  • Community Resource Room (with on-site catering available)

  • Wheelchair-accessible walkway along a spring-fed pond

Services at AngelsGrace Hospice

  • Acute (emergency or serious) care for patients with pain or symptoms that can’t be managed at home

  • Respite (relief) care for hospice patients so families can take a break from caring for loved ones

  • Counseling, spiritual care and social work

  • Food service featuring favorite foods, like home

  • Alternative treatments such as music, pet, spa and massage therapies

  • 13-month grief follow-up and counseling for families