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2017 Caris Representative and Administrator Leadership Development Institute

Caris Representatives and Administrators heard from the Caris executive and regional leadership team during a recent two-day training session in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Caris Representative and Administrator Leadership Development Institute (LDI) is one way our management team assesses and remains connected to the approach our offices share in providing hospice care with grace. Caris Representatives participated in targeted sessions designed to ensure they act as strong, ethical advocates for access to high-quality end-of-life care.  Jennifer
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You Could be One of the “Three Most Important Things” a Patient Needs at the End-of-Life

Caris Healthcare provided services to a patient who was a professor prior to his retirement. His career led him to Thailand and he spoke fluent Thai. When Caris Social Worker Dana Hays met with the patient for the first time, he spoke endearingly about his time abroad. As Caris staff does on every initial visit, Dana asked, “What are the three most important things I need to know about you in order to provide excellent
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A Beautiful Gift

A Caris patient listed crocheting as one of her Three Most Important Things. Although diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis and dementia, the patient often talked about her love for crocheting. She proudly explained how she had crocheted a baby blanket for the birth of each of her grandchildren. One of her granddaughters was now pregnant, and the patient really wanted to make a baby blanket for her great-grandchild, just like she had for her grandchildren. But
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Caris Healthcare’s Commitment to Quality Care Shows

Caris Healthcare is committed to providing quality, compassionate care to each patient we serve. Our healthcare team members take pride in the care they provide, and all plans of care are individualized with valuable input from the patient and family, the patient’s personal physician and, where appropriate, the patient’s nursing center or assisted living community. In addition, Caris nurses and nurses’ aides spend more time with patients during each visit than the national median of
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Caris Healthcare Promotes Jami DeGrave to West Regional Director of Clinical Care

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 17, 2017 For additional information: leadership@carishealthcare.com Caris Healthcare 866-694-4848 Caris Healthcare Promotes Jami DeGrave to West Regional Director of Clinical Care Caris Healthcare promotes Jami DeGrave to West Regional Director of Clinical Care. Jami joined Caris in September of 2015 as Patient Care Manager in the Kansas City, Missouri office, and was shortly named Kansas City Administrator. When Jami first came to Caris, the startup office cared for 6
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Caris Accelerates Growth by Opening Bluffton, South Carolina Office

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARCH 9, 2017 For additional information: leadership@carishealthcare.com Caris Healthcare 866-694-4848 (Bluffton, South Carolina) – Caris Healthcare, a statewide hospice provider, recently opened an office in Bluffton, South Carolina. The office is located at 14 Westbury Parkway, Unit 104, Bluffton, SC, 29910. Caris Healthcare, headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, acquired Solaris Hospice in South Carolina in 2012. This acquisition comprised the entire state, with offices in Greenville, Greenwood, Anderson, Columbia, Charleston, Sumter
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Caris Healthcare Promotes Angela Berkshire to Central Regional Director of Clinical Care

  NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 23, 2017 For additional information: leadership@carishealthcare.com Caris Healthcare 866-694-4848   Caris Healthcare Promotes Angela Berkshire to Central Regional Director of Clinical Care Caris Healthcare promotes Angela Berkshire to Central Regional Director of Clinical Care. Angela joined Caris in March of 2012 as RN Care Manager in the Crossville, Tennessee office, and in less than one year was named Crossville Patient Care Manager. Shortly after, Angela began leading both
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A Final Request Granted

At Caris Healthcare, our mission is to provide Hospice Care with Grace. Our Three Most Important Things (TMIT) program helps ensure this mission is grounded in the day-to-day care provided to each patient. TMIT is based on a basic—even obvious—question, “what are the Three Most Important Things we need to know about you to provide excellent care?” This simple method of understanding each patient has become the foundation of the highly personalized care for which
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Your Life, Our Mission Foundation Announcement

Caris Healthcare’s not-for-profit foundation has a new name: Your Life, Our Mission Hospice Foundation. We changed the name to reinforce the Caris Healthcare mission and to avoid confusion with another foundation with a similar name based in Texas. The company, of course, will continue to operate under the name Caris Healthcare and the foundation now will be operated under its new name. Your Life, Our Mission Hospice Foundation will continue our work of supporting care
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Caris Healthcare Promotes Karen Mundy to South Carolina Regional Director of Operations

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 26, 2017 For additional information: leadership@carishealthcare.com Caris Healthcare 866-694-4848 Caris Healthcare promotes Karen Mundy to South Carolina Regional Director of Operations. Karen joined Caris in 2011 as Patient Care Manager in the Somerville, Tennessee office, and in less than two years was named Central Regional Director of Clinical Care. In this position Karen directed a dedicated clinical staff that provides hands-on care to approximately 345 patients and families each