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The San Pascual High School Choir performed a beautiful rendition of “Close to You” at The Elizabeth Hospice “Light Up a Life” event on December 3.
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The Hospice Veteran Partnership of San Diego invites clinicians and healthcare professionals to attend the End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) that focuses on care for Veterans at the end-of-life on March 16 and 17 from 7:30am to 4:30pm at the VA San Diego Healthcare System located on La Jolla Village Drive. CEUs available for Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners. For more information and to register by March 9, please visit https://elizabethhospice.org/elnec

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Our new Children’s Bereavement Center was featured in the The San Diego Union-Tribune. Learn more about this new meeting place for grieving children to find solace: http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/…/sd-no-hospice-kids-20…

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Julie Wright
· October 13, 2017
Not all hospices operate the same way! Elizabeth Hospice caused great pain and suffering to my father for failing to do their mandated job and provide adequate pain medication. Executive management wo...n't respond after 2 weeks. My father suffered at the hands of Elizabeth Hospice. Find a hospice that isn't going to fail at the time of death, which took my father 7 days, all without pain relief. He couldn't swallow, move or talk. He had no food or water for 7 days, yet Elizabeth Hospice doctors would only give him tablet form of morphine??? See More
Grace Alvis Ciberay
· January 24, 2018
We are so thankful to the wonderful staff and volunteers who have helped us in many ways
Lisa Gudino
· April 11, 2015
I've wanted to thank you so many times for everything you all did for my father, Henry Gudino. The staff was so supportive of our huge family when we were all in different stages of our acceptance. I ...have and will continue to recommend your services - guiding us through our loss See More
Heather Adamo
· January 26, 2016
Our 23 month old son was on Elizabeth Hospice for almost a month. They were the biggest blessing to us. He passed away on Christmas. They had a nurse with us the whole time while he was passing. All t...he nurses, chaplain, social workers and volunteers were went above and beyond. See More
Valerie Joy Van Wieren
· May 4, 2014
You really can't put into mere words what Elizabeth Hospice has & will continue to provide to families at such a painful & intimate time. By far they are the most compassionate hospice I've experience...d. Blessings on each and every. one of them. See More
Brian Engelhardt
· October 23, 2015
My mother has been in hospice for over a year. They have been so wonderful. She passed last night at a time when 2 nurses were here. They were wonderful at the end of this journey. Thank you so much
Lyn Gwizdak
· February 12, 2014
I know two families who used the services of Elizabeth Hospice. One family was mine. We used this hospice for my dad, Joe G wizdak in the summer of 2012 and the care he and my mom received was fantast...ic! Thank you! See More
Anita Bunting
April 10, 2013
Working at Elizabeth Hospice has truly been a gift from God. I love representing this wonderful compassionate company as I call on physicians and facilities. We have a great reputation in the industry!
Andrea Jackson
· September 15, 2013
Greatest Organization that works from the heart to provide healing and comfort to your soul!! I am so thankful for the Elizabeth Hospice.
Olivia Defino Castellon
· November 7, 2013
It's a great place to work and a great people to take Care of your love one's..
Paul Vance
· July 30, 2013
Elizabeth hospice did a great job with my father Charles Vance. I recommend them
Kyle Kuhlmeyer
· November 10, 2015
Excellent bereavement group. Very therapeutic. Good people grieving together.
Annette Cavender
· November 25, 2014
Still grateful for the loving care Elizabeth Hospice gave my mother during her final month. Also for the support given to my family!
Jessica Castillo
· December 10, 2013
Awesome staff and resources for families
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GRIEF WORKSHOP: “Open Mic Night in San Diego” this Thursday, Jan. 25, 6:30-8pm in Mission Valley. Bring your instrument, your voice, or a recording; read a poem, essay or share a monologue- serious or with gentle humor - that captures your grief experience. RSVP to CCCevent@ehospice.org or call 760.737.2050. Location: 2525 S. Camino Del Rio, Ste. 301, San Diego, CA 92108.

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Our new Children’s Bereavement Center is a place where grieving children can share their feelings, thoughts and stories. Groups meet bi-monthly throughout the year. Parents or guardians meet in an adult group concurrently. Free and open to all in the community. Enroll by calling 760-796-3705 or emailing melissa.lunardini@ehospice.org.

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Celebration of Life for Betty Bulen

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GRIEF WORKSHOP: Expressing Grief through Art: January 18, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm; Open to the community, free of charge. Express your experience of grief through tangible, tactile mediums. RSVP to email CCCevent@ehospice.org or call 800-797-2050. Hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice - Location: 930 Canterbury Place, Escondido, CA 92025

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Our Media Relations and Veterans Specialist, Lisa Marcolongo, is all smiles after being recognized for outstanding community service, in supporting our nation’s #military, by Senator Joel Anderson! Congratulations, Lisa!

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The Elizabeth Hospice updated their cover photo.
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The community is invited to join us on Saturday, January 13 from 3 to 5pm. to celebrate the life of our beloved Founder. RSVPs required. Learn more: https://elizabethhospice.org/…/celebration-of-life-for-bett…

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The Elizabeth Hospice updated their cover photo.

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Our Winter Workshop Series for those grieving a loss, continues through January 2018 at our San Diego, Escondido, and Carlsbad Offices. Learn more and share with those who can benefit from grief support https://elizabethhospice.org/…/Elizabeth-Hospice-Winter-Wor…

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The The San Diego Union-Tribune highlighted our Founder, Elizabeth "Betty" Bulen, and her #hospice legacy in our region. The community is invited to a Celebration of Life in honor of Betty on Saturday, January 13, 2018. Read the article here - http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/…/sd-no-elizabeth-hospi…

A communitywide public Celebration of Life, in honor of Betty Bulen, founder of Escondido-based nonprofit The Elizabeth Hospice is set for Jan. 13.
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Our Winter Workshop Series is open to the community and provides participants with coping tips, tools, and support for coping with the holiday season while grieving the loss. Learn more: https://elizabethhospice.org/…/Elizabeth-Hospice-Winter-Wor…

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More than 250 community members came together on December 3 to remember, honor and celebrate the special people who have brightened their lives. This candle-lighting ceremony, hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice, was made possible by lead sponsors, Gail Haft, Linda Wells and the County of San Diego, as well as 60 other individuals and local organizations.

The Elizabeth Hospice, the community’s largest and most experienced nonprofit hospice provider, serves all who are in need, regardless of their ability to pay. Donation can be made online at elizabethhospice.org or by calling 760-797-2050.

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#WeHonorVeterans: Elizabeth Hospice staff along with hundreds of San Diegans laid wreaths at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, in honor of National Wreaths Across America Day. Captain Brien W. Dickson, Commanding Officer of Naval Base Point Loma joined in the wreath laying with his son. More than 3,000 wreaths were placed on veteran grave sites as we "REMEMBER our fallen U.S. veterans, HONOR those who served, TEACH children the value of freedom. http://www.waasandiego.com or https://elizabethhospice.org/services/veterans

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