Volunteers have always played a critical role in fulfilling our mission of quality end-of-life care and family support.
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Regina Bodnar, assistant vice president of hospice and palliative care services, discusses Carroll Hospice’s new name, BridgingLife: Compassionate care for life’s transitions.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat live each Tuesday morning at 8:20 a.m. on WTTR AM 1470/FM 102.3!
Pain management is an essential aspect of a hospice patient’s care. To effectively manage our patients’ pain, I involve the entire hospice care team—including the patient and his or her family.
Carroll Hospice is pleased to announce it has received level five status—the highest status available—with the We Honor Veterans program. This marks the first time Carroll Hospice has received this coveted status, a new level created by the national program.
At Carroll Hospice, therapeutic music empowers the human spirit—even in the most difficult of times. Lydia Bandy and Jo Morrison know firsthand the power of therapeutic music. Their harp performances at Dove House—Carroll Hospice’s inpatient facility—have literally awakened the soul.