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Grand Opening Event Bristol Hospice

Grand Opening Event Bristol Hospice- Northern Utah Alternate Site. Addresses given by Lt. Governor Greg Bell and Mayor Richard Harris. The Event enjoyed wonderful community support and was well attended.

Bristol Hospice- Utah, LLC is the first Hospice Agency in the nation to achieve Level 4 status in the ‘We Honor Veterans’ Program.

We Honor Veterans” (WHV) program is a hospice caring campaign co-created by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) and the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to improve the care Veterans receive from hospice and palliative care providers.

Bristol Hospice-Utah, LLC recognizes and honors the role our Veterans have willingly played in the freedoms we enjoy today. It is our commitment to that honor to support Veteran-specific care.

Congratulations Bristol Hospice Utah LLC for being the first Hospice Provider in the nation to achieve the highest level in the “We Honor Veterans” program.

If you would like more information regarding the ‘We Honor Veterans’ program please visit www.wehonorveterans.org.

Brown Study Submitted

Bristol Hospice is pleased to announce that we have submitted the Brown Study today.  Bristol was invited to submit data through utilization our Suncoast Solutions Product.  The Brown study conducts a thorough analysis of data on hospice service use and costs to construct potential models for payment and assess the impact of each on the hospice industry.  The efforts of each member of the Bristol Hospice Team contributed to our submission and the future of the hospice industry.  A special thank you to each member of our Bristol team.

Bristol Hospice-UT Hosts Interactive Training Call

Bristol Hospice-UT Augments their Namaste’ Dementia Care program by hosting an interactive training call with Joyce Simmard, Author of the book, “The End of Life Namaste’ Care Program for People with Dementia.” Joyce has more than twenty years of experience in health care settings.  Her book promotes “person–centered care and affirms the individuality and enduring spirit of each person with dementia.  The Bristol Hospice Team members enhanced their skills in care for those with a Dementia diagnosis.