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Help us continue a unique program - to provide each veteran patient in our care with a military service recognition blanket. Patients and their families have been incredibly moved when presented this token of gratitude. We would love to be able to continue this program into 2017. We can't do it without your help. Give now! Pictured: Hospice patient Bernardo Doganiero is a proud WWII Army veteran who served 5 years as a medic in England and France. Pictured left at age 99 and right in his WWII uniform.
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Sue Cunningham
· May 31, 2017
I cannot say enough wonderful things about Samaritan Hospice. Each person that came into our home treated my mom with respect, care,compassion and treated her with respect. Each and every one of them will forever have a special place in our hearts.
Penelope Russell
· July 31, 2017
I'm so impressed by the quality of care that my mom received through Samaritan. My mom was treated with so much dignity and respect. Millie, who was my mom's home health aide was beyond wonderful. My family and I appreciate everything that Samaritan did for my mom.
Niwagaba Gerever
· July 20, 2017
Your work is giving hope and love to many people in NJ and around the world. It is amazing . Thank you Samaritan!!!
Janet Santilli
· April 16, 2014
We were so blessed to have Samaratian care for our Mom. Each care giver...our nurse, our aide, social worker and staff were absolutely wonderful. They cared for... Mom with such skill and dignity and warmth. We could not have asked for more. If they said they were going to do it it got done with such efficiency. They made the most difficult thing we have ever had to do peaceful and bearable. Thank you especially....Bernie, Arnetta and Betsy. Could not have done this without you. See More
Pilar Wolfe
· January 27, 2014
Caring, compassion, respect and dignity ...all loved ones deserve comfort along their final journey. For my family it was personal and Samaritan was the only ch...oice! Such a great choice I now work here. Wonderful, caring people from our non clinical to managers to volunteers! You won't be disappointed! See More
Tory Lynn Huber-lippincott
· January 18, 2014
My fiance grandmother was sent Here and the people are very nice. Since her passing last year he has not removed the Samaritan bracelet since being there. Thank you for everything during a hard time
Joan Klinger
June 20, 2012
I want to say what a wonderful job my husband's nurse Marianne is doing for us. She is always attentive to my husband's needs and calms my fears every time.
Also our aide Karen. Two terrific ladies!
Orsula Voltis Knowlton
December 7, 2011
The people at Samaritan are caring, compassionate, and patient-centered. I would recommend them without hesitation to anyone looking for quality care.
Jorge Cortes Vazquez
· January 8, 2014
Proud to be a nurse for the company!
Arnek Stark
· September 3, 2014
Best company too work for.
Mandy Mansdoerfer
· December 2, 2013
Best in the field.

Join us at one, two, or all three Movies & Conversation series this Fall as part of Samaritan's ongoing Timely Conversations initiative. Facilitated by Susan Cooke, Director of Hospice. Click for more information. Events are free. Seating is limited.

A movie series hosted by Samaritan to provide inspiration, resources, and new-found insights on the American struggle with meaningful communication and living life to the fullest.

Samaritan welcomed home our travelers from Uganda! They recently visited our sister hospice, Kawempe Home Care, on a mission of love, support, and education. From left: Andrea Dean, RN, Kristin Cole, RN, Susan Kuppersmith, and Linda Brennan. Not pictured Meena Edwards, RN and Stephen Edwards

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