A native of Honduras, Darwin Torres Ramirez, known as "Flaco" to his friends, moved to the United States while in his early 20s. Now nearing his mid-50s, Flaco was completing the last chapter of his life -- and putting the final touches on his last creation, a dress being made for a friend's daughter.
More than 100 friends of Arkansas Hospice gathered on Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Russellville Country Club for the inaugural Hearts for Arkansas Hospice fundraiser, benefiting the Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home in Russellville.
Arkansas Hospice, the state’s largest provider of hospice services, is pleased to announce a patient’s family was chosen as the recipients of MedEvolve’s 2017 Toy Drive.
Arkansas Hospice, the state’s largest provider of hospice services, presented a program Friday, December 8th for residents of The Woods of Monticello. The program, titled “Honoring Veterans,” included an introductory pledge of allegiance, and singing of our National Anthem by University of Arkansas Monticello student Jonathan Cruz.
Titled “Arkansas Hospice Honoring Veterans,” the patriotic themed event featured a color guard from Central High School Jr. ROTC, an inspiring rendition of our National Anthem performed by Arkansas Hospice's own Kesha Canada, a moment where attending veterans were presented challenge coins, and a keynote address by Acting Deputy Director for Veteran Services for the State of Arkansas, Gina Chandler.
Arkansas Hospice, the state’s largest provider of hospice services, is pleased to announce the addition of Robin Long Hayes as Chief Operating Officer
Arkansas Hospice will soon serve patients in several Northwest Arkansas counties within a 50-mile radius of a new location in Berryville formerly operated by Mercy. Starting June 1, the new service area will include all or part of Benton, Boone, Carroll, Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Newton, Searcy and Washington counties.
Being a chef for a day was a dream come true for Jack Cauley, an 11-year-old who loves to cook despite his inoperable brain tumor.
January 17 marks the 25th anniversary of Arkansas Hospice, the state’s largest hospice organization.
Arkansas Hospice was named as the Best Nonprofit/Charitable Organization in the Arkansas Business Best of Business Awards, and A Fair to Remember was named as the Best Nonprofit Fundraising Event.
Heartwarming story of an Arkansas Hospice patient and former swim coach returning to the pool he help design 40 years ago.
Dr. Bell, a native of Little Rock, has joined Arkansas Hospice as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer.
“People who haven’t lost their freedom I don’t believe can comprehend really what freedom really means to them. They don’t think about what a blessing it is to live in this country and enjoy all the freedoms we have…It’s just a great life here in this country.”
For the second year in a row, Arkansas Hospice was named a recipient of the Hospice Honors Elite Award given by Deyta. An additional Hospice Honors Elite Award was also given to Arkansas Hospice’s Russellville office and inpatient center, which Deyta measures separately from the organization’s other locations.
We Honor Veterans has named Arkansas Hospice as a Level 4 Partner, the highest recognition awarded by the nationwide program that aims to improve the care of veterans nearing the end of life.
The Arkansas Affiliate of Susan G. Komen handed out 21 grants totaling over $900 thousand to Arkansas organizations, including Arkansas Hospice.
Arkansas Hospice has been named as a recipient of the Hospice Honors Elite Award given by Deyta, a data-gathering company that partners with thousands of hospice, home health, human services and other healthcare organizations.
For the second year in a row, Arkansas Hospice Russellville has received the Hospice Honors Award given by Deyta.
For the second year in a row, Arkansas Hospice was named as the Best Nonprofit/Charitable Organization in the Arkansas Business Best of Business Awards.