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The Gift of Life

After completing fourteen laps around the bone marrow transplant unit at Shands, he suggested that we go to the third-floor terrace. I realized that it...

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Celebrating Love’s Many Expressions

Every year for the past 13 years, I – along with my chaplain colleagues – have put out an invitation for Big Bend Hospice employees to...

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Living Together Respectful of All

February 2, 2017 In 2000, this community graciously helped Big Bend Hospice establish what is now called the Margaret Z. Dozier Hospice House. It is a twelve-bed skilled...

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Hold Space for Yourself!

The following article is a wonderful reminder to our volunteers who so passionately give of their time and talents to help our patients and their...

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Moving Through the Fog

January 5, 2017 The first indication that this was not going to be a typical paddle on the bay was the water level. When en route to...

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Mile Ignatz - Why I Serve

Mila Ignatz, Jefferson County resident, is part of the Hospice House Greeter team and the Vigil Team, going on her tenth year. WHY I SERVE...

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Big Bend Hospice Invites You to Remember

Each year, during the holiday season, Big Bend Hospice hosts annual Services of Remembrance to honor the memories of loved ones during a very special...

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Big Bend Hospice Recognizes National Hospice Month

Most people at the end of life would prefer to spend their final days at home – alert and free of pain – among the...