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Palliative Care (INACTIVE)

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  • What grade does Pennsylvania earn for the treatment of its sickest patients?

     
    The Center To Advance Palliative Care has released its state-by-state report card concerning the access to palliative care in the Nation's Hospitals. Overall, the country scored a B, which is an improvement from its C score in 2008. But more progress is...
  • LV HEALTH: End-of-Life Care Advocate and author brings his insight to the Valley

     
    Renowned end-of-life advocate and author, Ira Byock, M.D., will offer his insight on "The Four Things That Matter Most" Monday Oct. 3 as part of the Lehigh Valley Health Network Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Jahna Haldeman-Foland Memorial Lecture...
  • July 19 webinar links hospice providers with faith communities

     
    A webinarentitled”Unbroken Circle: Assisting Faith Communities in Understanding Illness, End of Lifeand Grief” will be held Tuesday, July 19, from 9 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. The workshop will be conducted by Rev. James L. Brooks, AARP's...
  • More than $350K raised for hospice care

     
    A gala this past weekend raised just over $350,000 for the Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois based in Barrington. The money will go …...
  • Catholic bishops debate assisted suicide

     
    The Catholic bishops of the United Stateswill debate and vote on a statement opposingphysician-assisted suicide at their Spring General Assembly, June 15-17, in Seattle. The document, To Live Each Day with Dignity, will be the first statement on...
  • Lehigh Valley Hospital gets magnetized again

     
    Lehigh Valley Health Network once again has been designated as a Magnet Hospital. Hospital officials announced Thursday that it received its third consecutive Magnet award, the highest honor for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing...
  • Theater review: 'Let Me Down Easy' at the Lyceum Stage

     
    Charles McNulty reviews Anna Deveare Smith's "Let Me Down Easy" at the Lyceum Stage...
  • M.D. Anderson-Orlando wins two Lance Armstrong awards

     
    MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando is launching two unique programs for patients thanks to grants from the LIVESTRONG Community Impact Project. MD Anderson – Orlando was named the recipient of the two LIVESTRONG awards last fall after a nationwide...
  • Public officials asked to back hospital plans

     
    Public officials and municipalities throughout McHenry County are being courted by Centegra and Mercy health systems to support their proposals for hospitals in Huntley and …...
  • Three Crowns Park Host Alzheimer Care Talk

     
    Three Crowns Park Presents “Coming to Terms: Emotional Conflict in Caring for a Family Member With Dementia” Evanston, IL: Three Crowns Park, a not-for-profit continuing …...
  • Orlando cancer center wins two Lance Armstrong awards

     
    M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando has been named the recipient of two LIVESTRONG  Community Impact Projects  — with grants totaling $20,000 — which will bring cancer support programs to patients in Central Florida. The pr...
  • Vote to bring Artists-in-Residence program to Orlando cancer patients

     
    United Arts of Central Florida passes along a chance to get some national recognition for our arts community — and help those affected by cancer. The M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando, in partnership with United Arts, has been selected as...