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    News Clips

    Chapters Health System News Clips page is where you can access and read our coverage in the media.

    If you are a member of the media—traditional, online, blogger, and have an idea for a story that would feature any of the affiliates of Chapters Health System—Good Shepherd Hospice, HPH Hospice  and LifePath Hospice, please contact Corporate Communications at 813.871.8111 or email the Department at [email protected].

    Leaving a Legacy with Bears

    On Wednesday, February 12’s episode of “Bloom,” Melody Stried, Executive Director of LifePath Hospice, shared how she helps families with the ‘Leaving a Legacy’ program featuring bears with a loved one’s voice or heart beat. Rhea Joshi received the first bear and she’s joined by her mother Falguni to share how it impacted them.

    Hospices in Need of Medical Supplies During Pandemic

    Tim Wronka, Spectrum Bay News 9, March 25, 2020: TAMPA, Fla – As doctors and hospitals scramble for medical supplies, there’s one group that is also feeling the pinch: hospice care. Hospice worker Janet Hendricks is trying to do her part help out. The LifePath Hospice Temple Terrace employee is helping to make masks that are badly needed right now. “It’s critical that our nurses and aides are protected. This is the best way to help out while there’s a shortage,” Hendricks said.

    Masks are just some of the supplies running short at her hospice facility and at other locations around the Bay Area. Some employees mentioned they are the “forgotten first responders” during this pandemic.
    Andrew Molosky, CEO and President of Chapters Health, is getting the word out about the supplies they need. “We’re rapidly growing short on and reaching dire levels of hand sanitizer, gloves, masks, gowns, things of that nature,” Molosky said.
    Chapters Health System has about 4,000 patients a day in the Bay Area through LifePath Hospice in Hillsborough; Good Shepard Hospice in Polk, Hardee, Highlands; and HPH in Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus.
    “We’re living shipment to shipment. We don’t want to be compromised inpatient care or employee protection,” Molosky said.
    If you’re able to help with any donations, Chapters is willing to help coordinate drop-offs or pickups. If you can help, email [email protected] or call 813-871-8444.​

    HPH Hospice Honors Veterans

    Citrus County Chronicle, June 6, 2017: U.S. Navy veteran Benjamin Wray spent 10 years serving his country from 1979 to 1989 as a cook and a “damage controlman.” He spent a year on the USS LaSalle in the Persian Gulf and was in the Mediterranean during the Grenada conflict. On Tuesday, Wray and 19 other veterans who are residents of the Health Center at Brentwood in Lecanto were honored by HPH Hospice for their military service.


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