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Aubrey Marez
· March 6, 2018
I've never been so impressed by a company that treats those they serve like family. The staff goes above and beyond and is truly relation-centered to provide the best quality of life possible. Kansas ...Hospice Care has and is currently serving my close friends and family and I wouldn't have it any other way. I would recommend them to anyone. See More
Amy Renae Meunier
· October 23, 2015
There is one word which comes to mind when I am asked to describe my experience working for Kansas Hospice Care, "integrity." It is generally a personal choice to uphold oneself to consistent moral an...d ethical standards. It is a rare occurrence to find a company where all the employees possess the virtue of integrity. The leadership team values their employees and provides a solid support system to ensure patients receive the best care tailored to their needs. The clinical team is very experienced in end of life care. They go the extra mile to make a difference in the lives of the patients and families for which they serve. The community relations team comprises passionate nurses and community liaisons who understand the importance of end of life care and strive to educate healthcare professionals and the community about the benefits of hospice care. See More
Baylee Stiles
· January 4, 2017
U guys helped with the amazing care my grandma got it took alot of to care n sometimes figure out what was wrong I thank you rose and Jennifer for the 8 mons that u guys helped with without you guys w...e would have been lost See More
Nellie Beckwith
· November 12, 2017
the are careing and very helpful i wouldnt change anything about
Tracy Stephens
· August 10, 2017
Top notch clinical staff makes all the difference! I am proud to be part of the team. ~ Tracy Stephens, Community Relations Representative
Bob Patterson
· January 15, 2017
Fantastic hospice company! Very caring staff and great ownership.
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You’re invited to free screenings and discussions of the PBS program “Being Mortal” at the following locations in March: > March 30 @ 6PM - VFW Post 11499, 155th Terr, Basehor. KS > March 31 @ 1:30PM - Lexington Park IL, 1011 SW Cottonwood Ct, Topeka, KS “Being Mortal” delves into the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness. The film investigates the practice of caring for the dying and explores the relationships between patients and their doctors. It follows a surgeon, Dr. Atul Gawande, as he shares stories from the people and families he encounters. When Dr. Gawande’s own father gets cancer, his search for answers about how to best care for the dying becomes a personal quest. You will be part of a national dialog taking place in our community that asks “Have you and your family had the tough conversations and planned ahead?” After the screening, you can participate in a guided conversation on how to take concrete steps to identify and communicate wishes about end-of-life goals and preferences. Watch a short trailer here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRkr09ZMI3w See this moving documentary, join the conversation, and explore what matters to you. All are welcome. We hope to see you there!
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Sometimes we wonder "are we making a difference" in our world...sometimes "our difference" to be made is that ONE person right in front of us and not EVERYONE

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If all goes well Kansas Palliative & Hospice Care will have a couple siblings by June 1st in Denver and Colorado Springs to join Oklahoma and Missouri!

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