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Jennifer Doyle, bereavement coordinator for Compassus – Metairie, recounts how Compassus helped a family through illness, death and beyond.
Mike Fritz, bereavement coordinator for Compassus, encourages family hospice caregivers to rediscover a source of joy in their life to prevent burnout.
The Rev. Dr. Cathy Genthner, chaplain for Compassus–Scarborough, Maine, had a brush with death that created better understanding of her hospice patients.
The Rev. Pat Underkofler, chaplain of Compassus in Yuma, Ariz., encourages hospice workers to listen for their patients’ stories.
After fighting three primary cancers in 30 years, Daniel Collins, 74, was coming home from the hospital to die in his own bed. What I didn’t realize that day...
Many caregivers are thrust into their role without any advance warning and they may not know where to turn for help. These resources can help caregivers...
Mike Fritz, bereavement coordinator for Compassus–Central Texas, recalls how a special patient was always first and foremost a caregiver.
Michael G. Boston, chaplain for Compassus–Butte, suggests how to help patients and caregivers make the most of their limited time.
Heather Spickard, RN, with Compassus – Springfield, shares her story of a stirring coincidence. Or was it?
Coby Derksen, director of sales, and Cindy Hoffman, RN, both of Compassus – Denver, collaborated to show how Cindy is working through her grief.