After six long years, and at the age of 34, Charles Njenga, Bristol Hospice HHA, is a U.S. citizen! He passed the U.S. Citizenship Exam earlier this month with flying colors.
Charles, raised by a single mother with five brothers and sisters in a small village in Kenya, came to the U.S. to make a better life and provide for his family. After moving to the U.S., he immediately enrolled in a program to become a CNA/HHA and landed his first job at a skilled nursing facility. Charles joined the Bristol Hospice team in May 2014 and started down the path to becoming a U.S. citizen.
Charles said working for Bristol Hospice helped him study for the exam. He listened to the U.S. Citizenship lectures on his CD player while driving patient-to-patient. When asked “what is next?” his face lit up as he stated with a beaming smile, “I want to have my mom come and visit. I really miss her.”
Bristol Hospice ~ Sacramento congratulates Charles on the hard work and dedication given to obtaining his U.S. citizenship. We are proud to have you part of the team!
At Bristol Hospice, we promote an environment where our employees feel valued and welcomed. We recognize that satisfied employees give superior service. Bristol Hospice is making a difference in a positive, memorable way because we are made up of passionate, committed people who have a desire to serve our community.
If embracing a reverence of life through offering care and assistance to those in need is what motivates you, then you may have what it takes to be a part of the Bristol Hospice team! Learn more about our career opportunities and apply now!
Today is National Administrative Professionals Day and Bristol Hospice would like to pay tribute to the Administrative Professionals who help “behind the scenes” as we serve our patients. Thank you for all you do to support our team!
Interested in career as an Administrative Professional? Bristol Hospice can help. Apply now for an opportunity to work for Bristol Hospice.
The Bristol Hospice team from across the U.S. is attending NHPCO’s 31st Management and Leadership Conference this week, in Washington, D.C.
We look forward to connecting with our colleagues during this full week of activities that will continue to spark the Bristol Hospice team with innovative ideas, strategies and tools to lead with great vision and creativity as we continue to transform hospice and palliative care for the future.
Also, we are proud to support the National Hospice Foundation as a Tanzanite Sponsor for this year’s Gala. During the Gala, Bristol Hospice will join industry leaders in honoring Don Schumacher, as he retires from his position at NHPCO at the end of 2016 and raise funds to support Moments of Life: Made Possible by Hospice national engagement campaign.
We are looking forward to connecting!
Since 1994, The American College of Health Care Administrators has sponsored this national observance each March. Long Term Care Administrator’s Week honors and celebrates the important role the administrator has in providing leadership for the delivery of quality, resident-centered care and a supportive work environment for staff.
The entire team at Bristol Hospice appreciates all that LTC Administrators do to support excellence in care delivery.
Bristol Hospice was recently featured in Caring Magazine in a case study discussing Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and care coordination. Read the full article here.
Bristol Hospice-California, LLC announces Dr. David Casarett, M.D. presenting “Palliative Care – Comprehensive Longitudinal Advanced Illness Management” on Tuesday, July 16 at the Mercy Medical Pavillion in Merced, CA. David Casarett, M.D., MA, is the Director of Hospice & Palliative Care at the University of Pennsylvania and Health System Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. The lecture will summarize, from an evidence-based perspective: The importance of early initiation of Palliative Care.
Bristol Hospice- TX receives National Hospice and Palliative Care Association “WE HONOR VETERANS” LEVEL 2 STATUS! Congratulations to the great efforts being put forward by the great Texas Hospice team.