Care Initiatives Hospice - Des Moines held a retreat for team members on Wednesday, March 29 at WestEnd Salvage. "It's a way to give back to our team members for all of their hard work and everything they bring to our patients and families," said Team Director Jennifer Hopley.
Care Initiatives Hospice - Sioux City staff and volunteers create personalized life history books for patients who request them. Volunteers like those pictured, Leona Olsen and Lorraine Schroeder, use photographs and a personalized life story to design each book to reflect the patient's life.
Care Initiatives Hospice - Sioux City Social Worker Lacey Uhl helped make a dream come true for one Green Bay Packer's fan. Upon visiting one of her patients, it became very clear to Lacey that he is a die-hard Packers fan. Wanting to create a great experience for the patient, Lacey contacted the packers NFL agency and asked if they would consider sending a gift box for the patient.
Bedford Specialty Care is pleased to announce it has, for a second consecutive year, received a “Deficiency Free” result on its annual survey in March 2017 by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals. There are 412 nursing facilities in Iowa. Generally, only 5 percent are found to be deficiency-free.