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SamariTeens -- Samaritan's teen volunteer group -- and Boy Scout Troop 70 flagged veterans' graves at Colestown Cemetery, Cherry Hill in collaboration with American Legion Post 372, the Camden County Office of Veterans Affairs, and the Cherry Hill Police Department. The teens respectfully placed American flags in time for Memorial Day to honor those who served our country in conflicts dating back to the civil war.

This activity is just one of the many ways Samaritan honors vets year round. Samaritan has earned the highest 4-star status in the national We Honor Veterans program -- a collaboration of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the Veterans Administration.

The early years, filled with increasing memory lapses, are a constant reminder that it’s important to plan for the future. Patients and families must prepare for the more challenging symptoms of end-stage dementia -- and the intense level of care required. Click to learn more!

How long does end-stage dementia last and when is it time for hospice? Understanding this about dementia can help you decide when it’s time for hospice.
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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.
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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.
Eat great in 2016 and help hospice patients! $10 for a chance to win 12 $100 gift certificates to are restaurants. Buy now ! Sponsored by Innovative Benefit Planning

Pitman Thrift 2nd Anniversary Celebration
And the winner is... Karen Degliomini of Sewell!

Congratulations on winning a $25 Gift Certificate to
Samaritan's Pitman Thrift! Happy shopping!

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Samaritan Hospice thrift shops in South Jersey offer clothing, jewelry, shoes, collectibles, and so much more. Learn more about our South NJ thrift shops.

Is a Samaritan Charitable Gift Annuity right for you? Find out at our June 28th seminar. A CGA earns a fixed income for life, a tax deduction; and outperforms CDs, money markets, and some dividends. This is not a sales session. We'll share information about a planning vehicle many find valuable. Join us at the Samaritan Center at Voorhees, 10:00 - 11:30, Wednesday, June 28. We’ll offer tours of the new Center and William Butler’s loaned exhibit, “Ascension.” Presenter Amy Leis, of Janney Montgomery Scott, is a volunteer member of our Planned Giving Committee. The seminar is free, but space is limited. RSVP:

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Music is a powerful medium. Notes and lyrics profoundly fill silence when words fail. Beats transcend cultural, language, and societal barriers, and the health benefits of listening to music reach far beyond a simple tap of the foot -- especially in a hospice-care setting. Click to read more about the emotional benefits of music therapy!

72-year old Robert loves The Rolling Stones. Learn how Mick and the benefits of music therapy helped ease his disease-related anxiety.

Learn more about Dr. Michael Entmacher, a member of Samaritan's golf tournament committee. "I started playing golf when I was 14 years old. I had set of primitive golf clubs and played with my uncle in Long Island. He was a doctor and very athletic; he mentored me in so many ways..." Click to read more!

Sponorships and golfer spots still available for our June 23 tournament. More information:

Read about how retired physician Michael Entmacher, MD, gives back to Samaritan by volunteering his time and expertise through consultations and golfing.

"It was a huge weight lifted from my shoulders being able to call 24/7 with my questions." from Samaritan caregiver letter Please share!

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Volunteer Heather plants flowers in front of Samaritan Thrift in Pitman. This weekend the store celebrates its second anniversary!

Stop in for great finds at great sale prices to celebrate our anniversary! Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20 --- Enter a drawing to win a $25 store credit – no purchase necessary and you don’t have to be present to win! (Sales and prize drawing at Pitman only.)

Samaritan Thrift...
20 S. Broadway, Pitman, NJ
OPEN Tuesday-Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM
Phone: (856) 761-7294

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Honoring or remembering all moms on this special day.

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The broad range of reasons to offer and provide palliative care for patients is becoming more readily understood. #palliativecare

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“Palliative care” is a misunderstood term, but not for much longer if we can help it. For the record, palliative care is not hospice care, in whic...

Brand new gowns…just in time for Prom!!
Blow out sale $20.00! Pitman thrift ONLY

Open Tuesday-Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM
S. Broadway in Pitman

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In honor of Samaritan nurses -- and hospice nurses everywhere -- please enjoy this intimate look at a day-in-the-life of a hospice nurse. Happy Nurses Week!

"I can say with confidence that every day I’m touching lives -- or a life is touching mine. It’s a privilege to be welcomed into someone’s home and to guide them through this journey at the end of life." Please share!

My role as a hospice nurse is to focus on end of life and provide hands-on care. It’s a privilege to help families at a difficult time in their lives.

Someone in the family needs to start the conversation. Why not you?

Be bold. Have the conversation with your parents and grandparents and vice versa. Learn about each other's wishes.

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Today kicks off Dying Matters Awareness Week! Here's some tips on what you can do.

Dying Matters Awareness Week puts speaking about death and dying on the national agenda. Find out what you can do to support this year’s theme.

This weekend Dr. Stephen Goldfine, chief medical officer, presented at Medical Society of New Jersey Advocacy Conference. Dr. Goldfine spoke about "defining goals of care: patient communication from diagnosis through end of life."

From left: Dr. Goldfine, Dr. Joseph Costabile, president MSNJ, and Larry Downs, Esq., CEO MSNJ.

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