Blog: Hospice & Palliative Care Insights

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Treating Moral Injuries in Vietnam Veterans

The Vietnam War lasted from August 4, 1964 through May 7, 1975. It was arguably the longest and most unpopular war the United States has ever been in with over 57,000 soldiers killed and 153,303 wounded. Many soldiers who served in the Vietnam War returned home with moral injuries that still cause mental pain and alienation.
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A Message from Our Chief Medical Officer

Taking care of you is at the center of everything we do. Even as we navigate times of change, our priority – you – remains the same. Be assured we are taking every precaution to ensure your safety and that we can continue to care for you during these difficult times.
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Helping People to Connect to the Divine

One of the many duties of the chaplain in the healthcare system is to help patients and loved ones find a sense of peace in the time leading up to a patient’s transition. As medical care professionals, we encounter people from many different backgrounds and traditions.
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How to Help Seniors in Isolation

Seniors feeling isolated due to coronavirus social distancing are at risk for anxiety and depression. We can help them by reaching out during this unprecedented situation to show we care. Here are just a few of the ways you can connect with seniors who are feeling lonely right now.