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5 hrs ago | Times Recorder

House participating in pharmacists education program

House has been with Northside Pharmacy in the long-term care division since February 2013.


Related Topix: Medicine, Long Term Care, Health, Byesville, OH

13 hrs ago | The Advertiser

Charity lottery winners learn how their support helps hospices

Winners of the One Wish Lottery and Lottery Manager Dawn Watson show off how much has been raised for charity , and how much has been paid out , by the One Wish Lottery The One Wish Lottery has raised more than A 5m for hospices throughout the North-East since its inception in 1998 and has given away more than A 2m in prizes.


Related Topix: Medicine, World News, United Kingdom, Durham County, England

19 hrs ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

Paintings by Marie Curie patients in Bradford to be exhibited at Royal Academy

FOURTEEN paintings created by patients at Bradford's Marie Curie Hospice are going on show at London's Royal Academy next week.


Related Topix: West Yorkshire County, England, World News, United Kingdom, Painting, Arts

23 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

Riders stop at Dave Lede Campus of Care

The Ride for Hope cruised through Abbotsford Wednesday, stopping at the Canuck Place Children's Hospice, Dave Lede Campus of Care at the London Drugs at West Oaks Mall.


Related Topix: Medicine

Fri Jul 11, 2014

Lake County Record-Bee

Hospice Services seeks to aid community in planning for medical crises

LAKE COUNTY >> With a relatively short history in the U.S. medical field, hospice programs continue to encourage conversations on end-of-life wishes as 35.5 percent of patients nationally are admitted under hospice care within their last seven days of life, according to the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.


Related Topix: Lake County, CA, Medicare, Health

Press & Sun-Bulletin

CareFirst, Schuyler Hospital get Gannett grants

The Gannett Foundation has awarded grants of $2,000 each to two area nonprofit organizations, Schuyler Hospital in Montour Falls and CareFirst in Corning.


Related Topix: Publishing, Media, Gannett Co, Non-Profit, Montour Falls, NY, Corning, NY, Medicine, Coopers-Plains, NY

Sys-Con Media

Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care Opens New Inpatient Care Center in Maryland

Ideally, hospice care is provided in the comfort of a patient's home. But when pain or symptoms of end-stage disease cannot be adequately managed in the home setting, a short-term stay at Seasons Hospice inpatient center may be necessary.


Related Topix: Medicine, Franklin Square (Baltimore, MD), Baltimore, MD, White Marsh, MD, Nursing, Baltimore County, MD

BioMed Central

Predictors of emergency room visits or acute hospital admissions...

Hospice palliative care is a philosophy of care that aims to relieve suffering and improve the quality of life for clients with life-threatening illnesses or end of life issues.


Related Topix: Medicine

North Country Now

Story from

As a licensed funeral director, owner and manager of Phillips Memorial Home, the announcement from SUNY Canton says, he is an advocate of quality end-of-life care for community members through his volunteer work with Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley.


Related Topix: Canton, NY, Medicine

Sunday Herald

Grandmother is caring volunteer

A GRANDMOTHER is drawing on a lifetime of caring experience to bring emotional comfort to people with life-limiting illness in their own homes.


Related Topix: United Kingdom, Strathclyde County, Scotland, Medicine

Thu Jul 10, 2014

Health Care Renewal

The Price of Compassion - Commercialized Hospices and the Mistreatment of Vulnerable Patients

Introduction - Commercialized Hospices We have occasionally written about the rise of the commercialized hospice industry, and concerns that commercialized hospices may not be providing the compassionate care they promise.


Related Topix: Medicine

Island Gazette Newspaper Online

NC Hospice Association Works to Achieve First Ever Hospice Seat on the NC SHCC

The Association for Home & Hospice Care of North Carolina is proud to announce that two of its members have been appointed to serve on the North Carolina State Health Coordinating Council by Governor Pat McCrory.


Related Topix: Medicine, Pop/Rock, The Association, North Carolina, Pat McCrory, US Governors


Early Palliative Care Cuts Costs for Critically Ill Patients

* Palliative care consults lowered costs for patients with a primary diagnosis of cancer, both for patients discharged alive and those who died in the hospital.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing

Lake Forester

Lake Forest Hospital receives Advanced Certification for Palliative Care

Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital has earned Advanced Certification for Palliative Care which recognizes the hospital's focus on patient and family-centered care to optimize the quality of life for patients with serious illnesses.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing, Lake Forest, IL

Worcester News

CHALLENGE: Parul Rabheru and Andrew Hine arrive at Santiago Cathedral.

But two intrepid management consultants from Worcester walked 570 miles across Spain in a bid to raise money for St Richard's Hospice.


Related Topix: Europe, Spain, World News, Medicine

Lake Cowichan Gazette

Golf tournament raises $40,000 for Canuck Place

The annual golf tournament, held May 23 at the Northview Golf and Country Club, featured prizes, live and silent auctions and more.


Related Topix: Medicine

Terminally ill patient says iPad initiative provides reassurance

Terminally ill Judith Jovanic, 68, from Skipton has become one of the first to receive a vital mini iPad linking her directly with Airedale Hospital A TERMINALLY ill woman from Skipton has become one of the first to receive a vital mini iPad linking her directly with Airedale Hospital.


Related Topix: North Yorkshire County, England, World News, United Kingdom, Medicine

Wed Jul 09, 2014


Yacht Club, VNHC Host Reception to Honor Sponsors on Board for Upcoming Charity Regatta

Top row from left, Lynda Tanner, president and CEO of Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care, Don and Dee Dee Barthelmess, Carol Kallman's husband and Don and Carol's daughter, with Robyn Parker, Santa Barbara Yacht Club Charity Regatta chair; Tom Parker, SBYC Charity Regatta past chair, and Rick Keith, VNHC Foundation executive director; bottom row from ... (more)


Related Topix: Life, Charity , Medicine, World News, Venezuela, Brazil, Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara County, CA

Skegness Standard

Trust in charge of Pilgrim Hospital to stay in 'special measures' after inspection

The trust in charge of Boston's Pilgrim Hospital will stay in 'special measures' after inspectors found it still requires improvement.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing

Phoenix New Times

PTSD Sufferers Can Obtain Medical Marijuana Under Arizona Law Starting in January

Will Humble, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services, announced the decision today in his blog.


Related Topix: Marijuana, Arizona, Arizona Government, Medicine