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Liberty and Justice for All

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Liberty and Justice for All
by Marisette Hasan, President & CEO, The Carolinas Center

As little children, we were taught to recite these words: “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all”. In the events that have followed George Floyd’s untimely and criminal death, our nation has responded in every state with protests, raising their voices in the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, collectively echoing this sentiment, “We Can’t Breathe” if injustice […]

Nurses Rock!!

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ABOUT PATRICE C. MOORE

Patrice “Patti” Moore, RN, BSN, MSN, ARNP, has always been passionate about end-of-life care. She began her career in the nursing profession, where her commitment to service and compassionate leadership first took root. Patti then spent 16 years as the executive director of Hospice of North Central Florida (now known as Haven Hospice), growing it from just 3 employees to 230-and transforming it into one of the largest not-for-profit hospices in the country.

In 1999, Patti founded The Watershed Group, a unique consulting firm dedicated to supporting organizations and staff who […]

TCC Disaster Relief Fund Update

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On behalf of the patients, families, staff and volunteers of Scotland Regional Hospice, I would like to graciously thank The Carolina’s Center, NHPCO and all the members who may have contributed in assisting our agency in our recovery after Hurricane Florence through the TCC Disaster Relief Fund.

Our story:

As Hurricane Florence headed for North Carolina, it became more and more apparent that we were going to be in the line for heavy rains and wind. We learned the hard way from Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and had planned well in advance this time to ensure our patients had […]

Addicted to ACP

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Rev. Dr. Mike Johnston is Director of Spiritual & Supportive Care at AnMed Health in Anderson, SC.  Prior to joining AnMed Health, Mike served in a similar role at Gaston Memorial Hospital in Gastonia, NC as well as two other hospitals in the Richmond, Va. area. Mike has served as Stated Supply Pastor at two small Presbyterian Church’s in NC and one small Presbyterian Church in Anderson. Mike and his wife Valerie have four children, one granddaughter and one grandson.

 

That is a pretty surprising title of a blog about Advanced Care Planning, especially by a hospital chaplain […]