Honoring all who serve and remembering all who made the ultimate sacrifice. ... See MoreSee Less
early 15c., palliatif, "serving to mitigate or alleviate" (a wound, disease, etc.); also "serving to cover, concealing;" from Medieval Latin palliativus "under cloak, covert," from Late Latin palliatus, literally "cloaked," from past participle of Late Latin palliare "cover with a cloak, conceal," from Latin pallium "a cloak" (see pall (n.)).
We honored our staff with an appreciation luncheon on our rooftop. We gifted them a blanket, a symbol of our palliative care from all disciplines - nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, personal care workers, chaplains, social workers, and nursing aides. ... See MoreSee Less
National Volunteer Week, April 18-24, 2021 ... See MoreSee Less
Hospice..... one of the very best!!!!!