The non-profit hospice care provider welcomes Carly Esteves MS, AGACNP-BC, ACCNS-AG, CCRN, RNFA to the organization’s clinical inpatient team. Previously, Esteves was at Nuvance Health, Vassar Brothers Medical Center where she specialized in the management of the Trauma/ACS/SICU Advanced Practice Team.
This month Regional Hospice welcomes Karen Farrell of Brookfield, Connecticut to the organization’s Volunteer Board of Directors. Karen is Senior Vice President of Global Talent and Total Rewards for travel management company, CWT.
One of the most disorienting aspects of the grief process is that basic habits that might help to keep you afloat—like deep sleep, exercise and calm contemplation—can seem to demand a focus or inner drive you may not be able to summon up right now. Just know that when you are ready, any or all of those possibilities are available, and every little bit can help.
Jim is a nurse. He didn’t set out to be one, exactly. But he is the kind of person who knows what it means to share his gifts and talents and to find it lucky to be able to give in the ways he can.
ToniAnn Marchione, former CEO of Danbury Radiological Associates, joins Regional Hospice as a driving force to grow the organization’s partnerships and create long term alliances with healthcare organizations in Connecticut and beyond.
When facing loss and the grieving process, feeling a sense of community is essential. Being grounded and cared for by those around us can make the profoundly complicated, painful time a bit easier. The people who surround us can help us to continue living, to maintain our health, and to find hope.
This month, Regional Hospice welcomes Robert Bedoukian of Danbury, Connecticut to the organization’s volunteer Board of Directors. As President of Bedoukian Research, Inc, an international supplier of fragrance and flavor ingredients, Bedoukian is a skilled leader and dedicated chemist.
As Vice President of Communications and President of Global Giving at Linde, Lisa Esneault has more than 25 years of experience in driving organization change and business results through development and execution of strategic communication.
John Capilli began a relationship with Regional Hospice when his wife of 23 years, Patti Collins Capilli, became a patient at the Center for Comfort Care & Healing in Danbury.