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2023 Annual Gala Honoring Daniel Grady

April 24, 2023 Contact:  Monica Bourgie, Chief Advancement Officer, Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties, (845) 561-6111 ext. 314, [email protected] 2023 Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties Annual Gala Honoring Daniel Grady On April 22nd, Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties hosted its Annual Gala, Honoring Daniel Grady, retired, President and CEO, for his 34 … READ MORE

Jimmy Carter’s Hospice Care Is Not Unusually Long, Expert Says: ‘Average Is 60-70 Days’

Spending months at a time in hospice is not at all uncommon, an expert tells PEOPLE, two months after President Carter’s family confirmed that he had stopped receiving medical intervention By Virginia Chamlee   Published on April 20, 2023 05:41 PM Click here to read Jimmy Carter’s Hospice Care Is Not Unusually Long, Expert Says: … READ MORE

What We Get Wrong About Death, According To End-Of-Life Workers

Palliative care and hospice professionals discuss what the process is like — and their insights may challenge what you think about dying. By  Monica Torres Apr 5, 2023, 02:14 PM EDT|Updated Apr 6, 2023 Click here to read What We Get Wrong About Death, According To End-Of-Life Workers, Palliative care and hospice professionals discuss what the … READ MORE

National Welcome Home Vietnam War Veterans Day

National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed every year on March 29 and is a way to thank and honor our Nation’s Vietnam Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice. Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties Veterans Committee will be hosting a its third annual Thank You and Memorial Ceremony in observance of … READ MORE

Quality Matters

With authenticity as its ethos, Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties redefines the measures of quality end-of-life care. The end of life brings emotional, spiritual, and physical needs. For those with a terminal diagnosis, hospice care provides compassionate support through which life can be lived fully and freely. “People are completely unprepared for the type … READ MORE