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End of Life Care: Hospice, Inpatient Hospice House

Trusted, local care when it matters most.

If you are wondering about these services, chances are you or someone you love is facing a life-limiting illness. When cure is no longer an option, Midland Care can help. When people hear the word “hospice” they can become fearful about what it all means. At Midland Care it means hope, comfort and support at all times.

It means a staff committed to providing care to patients and families that put focus on the hope for each new day. It means an experienced staff to provide comfort to each patient through effective pain and symptom management. It means staff are available to provide care, education, and emotional and spiritual counseling to support each patient and family through what can be a very stressful and difficult moment – yet a very precious time.

In this section:

It’s About How You Live – National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Hospice and palliative care programs across the country are reaching out to raise awareness about hospice and palliative care. Hospice is not a place but high-quality care that enables patients and families to focus on living as fully as possible despite a life-limiting illness. Palliative care brings this holistic model of care to people earlier … 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