1 hr ago | Kevin, M.D.
Blanched by anemia, Mary rested quietly in the hospital bed. Her pallor made her barely visible amid the bleached bed linens-she seemed a mere shock of white hair against the pillowcase.
5 hrs ago | Lancashire Evening Post
Generous shoppers have donated around 600 worth of clothes to Fishergate Shopping Centre's Spring Clothes Throw in aid of St Catherine's Hospice.
6 hrs ago | Courtenay Comox Valley Record
By Scott Stanfield - Comox Valley Record Published: June 17, 2013 12:00 PM Updated: June 17, 2013 12:31 PM Terri Odeneal, executive director of the Comox Valley Hospice Society, appealed to the regional district committee of the whole to advocate on its behalf for funding from the Vancouver Island Health Authority.
10 hrs ago | Lincoln Times-News
Over 100 people participated in the Run the Rail 5K Run/Walk at Betty G. Ross Park in Lincolnton on Saturday.
13 hrs ago | Business Journal
Carvajal Pharmacies has contracted with TigerText to equip its office with the capability of receiving electronic prescriptions sent via a smartphone.
17 hrs ago | Lancashire Evening Post
When Ken Murray went to the doctors after experiencing bowel problems, he never imagined it would be advanced cancer.
17 hrs ago | Kevin, M.D.
I couldn't really blame the social worker. He was just doing his job. The skilled nursing facility connected to the hospital was full of flailing patients.
Bill James enjoys relaxing during his retirement, but he also doesn't want to waste his time away.
Hospice of Mercy team Bill Warhover, chaplain; Bonnie Seely, nurse practitioner; Medical director Dr. Amanda Sommerfeldt; Cindy Staton, massage therapist and social worker Abby Frazee-Pazdemik discuss care plans at Hospice of Mercy.
Ten bedridden terminal cancer patients lie in the dimly lit, quiet hospice ward at the Jingan Temple Community Hospital in Shanghai.
Lara Verhoef, a registered nurse in Chambersburg Hospital's palliative care, will discuss how to relieve suffering for those who are ill during the next meeting of The Cumberland Valley Stroke Club.
Thank you for your interest in the Medical Records Clerk, Crossroads Hospice, Akron/Canton, Ohio.
Every day, Nursing Assistants provide as much as 90 percent of the care received by residents in nursing homes, hospitals and other long-term care settings.
Bob Kehoe, 65, is an Army veteran with pancreatic cancer. He and his wife, Joan, are living with Bob's sister in Plymouth and his goal is to welcome his first grandson who is due July 31. The fundraiser will assist with medical bills and expenses incurred beyond his hospice benefits.
Friday night, Hospice of Acadiana celebrates 30 years with their second annual gala.
CONCERNSa SFORa SPATIENTS: NSW Nurses and Midwives Association representative Linda Griffiths said the union is concerned about pressures on nurses in smaller hospitals treating palliative care patients.