Don’t let a few bad apples destroy our reputation!

This week I am sharing a letter forwarded to our local media. This is a critical time for hospices in the United States so I encourage you to share this important message via your social media.. Thank you. Beginning with a December 2013 article in The Washington Post, there have been several less-than-flattering reports on…

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Summertime Golf!

It’s always such a joy and a privilege to work with families who have been touched by the work we do. One such family’s patriarch is Robert Smith who, together with many friends and relatives, annually celebrates the life of his son through the Robbie Smith Golf Outing. Robbie was a vibrant young man who…

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Party On!

Wow! Joe’s Homemade Café is not only donating a cake to each Summer Nights party this month, but they are also co-hosting a party too!  I am so appreciative of co-owners Ted and Don and to all the other generous hosts who have helped us celebrate our 35th birthday month by holding fundraising parties on our behalf! …

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New and easy ways to support Hospice Savannah!

Our warm appreciation to Robb Campbell and Kathie Burnsed, proprietors of Lowcountry Gourmet Foods, 10 W. Broughton at Bull. They are donating 10% of products sales when customers specially mention supporting Hospice Savannah. Stop by for some delicious hand-bottled, small batch extra-virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars, gourmet seasonings, pasta and sauces! Another effortless way…

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Hospice Savannah Golf Tournament

In addition to our Platinum Sponsor, USI Insurance Services, we thank: Gold Sponsors: Brasserie 529; Savannah Morning News; Fairhaven Funeral Homes and Crematory Silver Sponsors: Seacrest Partners, Inc.; Mutual of America Bronze Sponsors: The Savannah Bank; Southeastern Air Conditioning Co., Inc.; Kiwanis Club of Savannah; American Hospice Equipment Company; Cordasco & Company, P.C. Tee Sponsors:  I.…

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Thank you to those who have served with Honor

As we honor veterans who have died in the line of duty this Memorial Day, let’s not forget that more than 1,800 Veterans die every day in this country.  We  feel it is essential to provide care and support to help veterans live as fully as possible during their final days, long after their military…

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Thanking our Mothers and our Nurses

At Hospice Savannah we are always looking for reasons to celebrate and affirm life! This week I’d like to acknowledge and thank both our mothers (Mother’s day is on Sunday) and our caring and skilled Hospice Savannah nurses during National Nurses Week. I am so blessed to still have my mother Doris in my life.…

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A Geometrical Visual Treat!

Please join me in supporting volunteer Stephen Darr at his reception this Thursday evening. Steve’s show “Moving off the Grid: Acrylic Abstractions in Color and Line” gives a major  pop of vibrant color to the walls of our Hospice Savannah Art Gallery. Steve’s career as a painter began in November 2012 and he remarks, “I am…

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Thanks to SCPS!

My  gratitude to the  National Elementary Honor Society members of Savannah Christian Preparatory School who led  a food drive at their prospective campuses to benefit our patients and their families. Faculty members and NEHS sponsors, Christine Wigand and Brenda Caruthers, directed students in their Spring community service project efforts as they collected snacks from the…

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Hospice Savannah meets the challenges of health care reform!

Last week I had the great pleasure of attending the National Hospice and Palliative Care’s annual leadership conference in Washington, DC with my new Board Chair, Myra Hill. In the words of my fellow hospice professional Andrew Reed, “Doing Hospice and doing it well have never been easy things. Hospice isn’t a fun place right…

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