Get to Know David Huisjen, Volunteer

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees and volunteers have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just […]

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Five Traits to Being a Great Hospice Volunteer

| By Meredith Ford

Hospice volunteers are an important part of the hospice care team, offering companionship and support to our dying patients. Listed here are five traits we look for in all of our hospice volunteers. An engaged heart – We have one chance to serve our patients. Simply going through the motions specifically for one’s personal needs, […]

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Get to Know…Fritzi Redgrave, RN

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees and volunteers have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just […]

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Get to Know…Julia Choate, RN

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees and volunteers have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just […]

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Get to Know…Beatrice Lewis, Volunteer

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees and volunteers have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just […]

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Get to Know…Debi Lundberg, QAPI Supervisor

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just a little […]

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