For Immediate Release

Fort Mill, SC – Caring Seasons Health is now offering trusted hospice care to York and Lancaster Counties in South Carolina. Founded by three non-profit organizations, Caring Seasons Health offers physical, emotional, and spiritual support to both the patient and family in their private home, a nursing center, retirement community, or wherever they call home.

“We are so grateful for the opportunity to serve our neighbors with quality, compassionate hospice care that will allow them to spend precious time with their loved ones in their home setting,” said Leah Maul, Chief Operating Officer of Caring Seasons Health of South Carolina. “If you aren’t sure what hospice is, think you or a loved one might need our services, or want more information, please contact us. We understand how overwhelming this season of your life may be, and we are here to help.”

Caring Seasons is a trusted collaboration between two nationally recognized, award-winning serious illness care organizations, Carolina Caring and Four Seasons as well as Teleios Collaborative Network. With a combined 90 years of experience in providing serious illness care in North Carolina, the two organizations and their supporting network bring a wealth of experience, innovation, and trusted care to communities in South Carolina.

“Providing trusted care to the community has been the mission of our founders for many years and is the mission that motivated us to form Caring Seasons. Every individual deserves respect, compassion, and dignity, and our Caring Seasons Team makes that possible, said Dr. Millicent Burke-Sinclair, President and CEO of Four Seasons, The Care You Trust, a founding partner.”

The mission of Caring Seasons Health is to “Enhance Life Through Trusted Care.” Hospice Care is specialized medical care providing pain and symptom management, emotional, and spiritual support to patients who no longer seeking curative treatment and for whom life expectancy is 6 months or less. This care is provided by an interdisciplinary team of hospice professionals including Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, CNAs, Social Workers, Chaplains, Volunteers, and other specialists who work together with your primary healthcare provider.

“We have very much appreciated the warm welcome we have received from the SC community, and we look forward to making a positive impact on the community by leveraging the experience and expertise of our founding organizations,” said Dana Kilian, President and CEO of Carolina Caring, a founding partner.


While Caring Seasons Health is new to South Carolina, the founding hospices have been providing quality health care since 1979. Located at 100 Main Street, Suite 204 in Fort Mill, SC Caring Seasons Health offers in-home Hospice Care. For more information, visit or call 803.369.6255.

About Carolina Caring

Carolina Caring, a nationally recognized serious illness provider, was established as one of North Carolina’s original three hospice providers in 1979, when formalized end-of-life care was in its early stages. We began as a small group of grassroots volunteers who came together to support families in our immediate community.

Through the years, Carolina Caring became a valued community resource for comprehensive serious illness care including palliative medicine services for adults and children as well as primary care for those who have debilitating medical conditions. For more information, call 828.466.0466 or visit

About Four Seasons, The Care You Trust

Founded in 1979, Four Seasons, a nationally respected, award-winning Palliative and Hospice Care non-profit organization, remains deeply committed to serving the community by fulfilling its mission of “Co-Creating the Care Experience.”

Four Seasons is grateful to serve the community with Care Navigation, Home Care, Palliative Care, Hospice Care, Pediatric Palliative and Hospice Care, and Grief Services. For more information, call 866.466.9734 or visit

About Teleios Collaborative Network

Teleios Collaborative Network (TCN), founded in 2017, is the pioneer in establishing a clinically integrated network for serious illness organizations. TCN empowers and equips organizations to leverage best practices, and collaborate in ways that prepare them to thrive, all while advancing their charitable missions. For more information, visit

Date:         May 17, 2023
Contact:   Leah Maul, MBA, CDP, Chief Operating Officer, Caring Seasons Health of South Carolina
Phone:     803.369.6255