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Leading a Cultural Revolution in End-of-Life Care

​Dawn Gross, M.D., Ph.D., FAAHPM, will present: “Dying to Talk: Making Wishes Come True,” at this year’s Hospice of the Western Reserve Hospice InstituteAnnual Conference on Sept.14. In this interview, Dr. Gross shares a few of the insights she has gained in her dual roles as a Board Certified Physician in Hospice and Palliative Medicine and an educator in end-of-life care.
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August 02 2017

Categories: Medical and Clinical Dawn Gross MD 

Register Today: A Well-Planned Life

​As I begin my new dual role, which includes serving as the new Director of the Hospice Institute, I am particularly enthusiastic about the theme of our 21st Annual Conference: “A Well-Planned Life: Preparing for the Transitions Ahead.”

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August 02 2017

Categories: News and Community Medical and Clinical Clinical Connections 

Jennifer Martnick Honored Regionally and Nationally for Exemplary Work

​Jennifer Martnick, a Nurse Practitioner and Palliative Care Team Leader with Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Navigator program, is the recipient of the regional 2016 Superstar Award co-sponsored by Saint Luke’s Foundation and The Superstar Foundation. In addition, Martnick is one of only four recipients of a prestigious national Veronica Award. Veronica Award winners are selected from the pool of all local Superstar Award recipients from across the United States.

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January 17 2017

Categories: News and Community Medical and Clinical 

Volunteer and Clinical Team Leader Honored at State Level

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​LeadingAge Ohio presented Hospice of the Western Reserve volunteer Roz Frabotta with its Excellence in Volunteer Service award and Trudi Kozak, RN, clinical team leader, with the Heart of Hospice – Rose and Sam Stein Award at its annual conference in Columbus recently.


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November 25 2016

Categories: News and Community Medical and Clinical Volunteers 

12 Facts You Should Know About Hospice and Palliative Care, but Were Afraid To Ask

​To make the healthcare choices that are best for you and your family, you have to have all the facts. There are many incorrect assumptions made about medical care for the seriously ill.  We hope this information will help you make the best decisions for you.

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November 18 2016

Categories: Medical and Clinical Hospice 

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