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Heroes for Hospice

Monday, May 20, 2019

Back in August 2011, Jeff lost his father, Ward Whelan, to an eight-year battle with cancer. More recently, Karli Ritter lost her grandfather, Ken Chandler, to a three-year battle with cancer in July 2013. Looking to give back to the community both decided on starting a 5K run/walk to benefit the local hospice charities that … Read More

Time by Scott Wasser

Friday, March 8, 2019

Over the past 24 years, a lot has changed; and yet some things remain the same. People will be sick, and some will die. When I first saw the ad for a nurse in the Ottawa Herald, I did not know what hospice was and what “they” did. After a little research on the subject, … Read More

MMyla Weakland Midland Care

The Five Best Things about Being a Hospice Nurse

Monday, January 29, 2018

The Five Best Things about Being a Hospice Nurse By Myla Weakland, RN, BSN, CHPN, Senior Director of Hospice In the nearly five years that I have been working in hospice I can’t begin to count how many times someone has said to me “How do you do it?” or “It takes a special person to … Read More

Screen capture of The Stories Behind the People podcast, hosted by Dr. David Wensel. interviewing Dr. Christian Sinclair of Pallimed

The Stories Behind the People Podcast: Dr. Christian Sinclair

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Stories Behind the People Podcast: Dr. Christian Sinclair The Stories Behind the People Podcast Episode 1: Host David Wensel, DO, FAAHPM, interviews Christian Sinclair, MD, FAAHPM about his career in hospice and palliative medicine and the development of Pallimed, the primer hospice and palliative medicine blog. About the Host: Dr. David Wensel, DO, FAAHPM, began … Read More

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How can you be a hospice social worker? It’s so sad!

Friday, January 12, 2018

How can you be a hospice social worker? It’s so sad! Midland Care Hospice Social Worker Alayna posted the following today on her Facebook, we had to share! When people ask: how do you do it? How can you be a hospice social worker, it’s so sad? I do hospice work because I get to … Read More

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