Hospice Tag

By Deborah Buckert, Community Care Clinical Educator Although People Are Ill, Hospice is Not a Death Sentence Conquering my fear of hospice was a process that happened over time. Hospice has always been very difficult and complex to grasp. It often equates to end of life, fear...

By Heidi Callaway, RN Charge Nurse, Hospice Atlanta Center Providing Around-The-Clock Hospice Care How does a Hospice Atlanta Center RN even begin to describe a day of care? For starters, patients receive 24 hour around-the-clock care. Each 24 hour period is divided into two shifts of twelve...

By Dana P. JoffeNational Volunteer Week, a week of volunteer appreciation, is April 15-21, 2018. While we’re appreciative of our volunteers each and every day, it is a nice time to give them a special spotlight. One of our volunteers, Dana P. Joffe, wrote a lovely story about volunteering with Hospice Atlanta’s Camp STARS, a family bereavement camp. Thank you Dana for all you do.