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Coordination between the Province, regional health authorities, various hospice societies, and communities is helping improve the availability and quality of end of life services for Vancouver Island residents.
Hospice by the Bay in Larkspur has named Dr. Margaret Bourne as chief medical officer for the nonprofit, which serves patients and families in Marin, San Francisco and North San Mateo counties.
Pagan Osborne's offices in Anstruther, St Andrews and Cupar are hotbeds of fitness and exercise as 15 members of staff get ready to embark on a gruelling physical challenge to raise funds for CHAS .
The more than 67,000 women and men of the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union work in all areas of the province, in a wide variety of roles, making a real difference in their communities.
One of Leeds' largest employers has pledged to give a sizzling boost to the YEP's Hospice Half Hour campaign in aid of the Half and Half Appeal.
Shortly after retiring in 2000 as president of toy maker giant Mattel, where he spent 22 years, Ned Mansour became the caretaker of Mattel executive Joe McKay.
Terry Gould's children's book will be sold in aid of Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice.
A total of 93 hikers will be climbing Ben Nevis to raise money for Help the Hospices.
A palliative-care nurse working on the An Cala unit at Cape Breton Regional Hospital in Sydney, Little is one of three Canadian nurses to receive the award.
Back in July, folks with the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association were undeniably happy with an administrative judge's recommendation that the state allow post-traumatic stress disorder on the list of qualifying conditions for those who apply for a medical marijuana patient card.
HEALTH Minister Mark Drakeford has announced a A 6.4 million funding package to support hospices and provide palliative care across Wales.
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When someone close to us dies, we often think if only we embraced them one more time, if only we had held their hand one more time.
Sussman House, the new hospice residence on the campus of Pen Bay Medical Center, is scheduled to open Saturday, Sept.
Phyllida Richards, Twigs' senior supervisor, right, with Steph Perry at the Manor Garden Centre.
This spring, I had the honour of being elected to lead BC's most diverse union. Over 67,000 women and men of the BC Government and Service Employees' Union work throughout the province in a wide variety of roles, making a real difference in their communities.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 04:17 am
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