Behind the Scenes in Hospice

Behind the Scenes in Hospice Dayby Paul Weddle, COO for Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care

Behind the Scenes in Hospice Day is Wednesday, November 30, 2020.

Several years ago Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care started a new tradition, Behind the Scenes in Hospice Day!

We started this tradition as we know it takes a “village” to provide amazing hospice care.  

This November we want to recognize the wonderful, dedicated group of professionals here at Kansas City Hospice in billing, accounting, medical records, marketing, communications, human resources, volunteer coordination, development, intake, operations, food services, expressive therapies (music/art), Top Drawer Resale Boutique, hospice house maintenance, quality and regulatory affairs. Because of their work behind the scenes, our dedicated, compassionate, expert medical team may focus on the amazing care they provide.  

It takes a great team to manage all the details, keep the organization fiscally sound, represent us to the community, collect all of our hard-earned dollars and make plans for the future. So, each person working behind the scenes is essential to ensuring that our community receives the best possible care!  

Each year we rightfully celebrate nurses, doctors, administrative professionals, nursing assistants, social workers, chaplains and health IT professionals. Now it’s time to honor everyone else who help make hospice happen.

Kansas City Hospice is now in our 40th year of providing compassionate care to the greater Kansas City area. We’re proud of the difference we make to our patients and their families. Please join us in thanking every person who works behind the scenes every day to make this possible!

Kansas City Hospice

 

3 Comments

  1. Jean Slack on November 19, 2018 at 9:08 am

    A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU; AND THE WORK THAT YOU DO!!

  2. Crispian Paul on November 19, 2018 at 9:42 am

    Thanks for all you do!

  3. John Hall on December 20, 2018 at 12:48 pm

    A belated thanks for all you do. What a great way to celebrate the collaborative efforts of everyone who touches the lives of those you serve. Those who are visible and those who are not.

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