Pioneer in care while dying
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#1 May 4, 2010
Those are some big numbers. 100 people served every day by 120 volunteers, and 60 paid employees. I know it wasn't pertinent to the article, but where does this hospice get the $8 million it needs per year?
The Hospice organizations are a wonderful resource for people with terminal illnesses and their familes. It's alomost hard to remember that there was a time not all that long ago where comfort care was a radical idea.
Thanks to every Hospice worker for helping add to our care choices!
Since: Jun 08
#2 May 4, 2010
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