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Ouachita Regional Hospice – Care During One of Life’s Most Important Times

BY LEANN DILBECK – There are literally hundreds upon thousands of websites and books on how to strategically select a career, but in many cases, the most gratifying careers select us or even call us. And that is precisely the case with the caring professionals at Ouachita Regional Hospice, who walk their patients and their families through one of life’s ...

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Ouachita Regional Hospice Gives Back to Community

The staff of Ouachita Regional Hospice likes to find projects to give back to their community. In the past, they have supported law enforcement with jars of candy and have quietly given to others as well. This year, they decided to help with a large expense to families each August – school supplies. Pictured are members of their staff with ...

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Ouachita Regional Hospice Proclaimation

Mena Mayor George McKee signed a proclamation on Thursday, November 17, 2016 declaring National Hospice and Palliative Care Month in the city of Mena. The proclamation signing was headed up and witnessed by Ouachita Regional Hospice Office Manager, Melanie Morgan, and Director of Nursing, Ashley Sharp. In part, the proclamation states, “Now, therefore, be it resolved that I, George L. ...

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Ouachita Regional Hospice – Care Givers

BY JACLYN ROSE – Tom Patterson grew up outside of Boston and worked for Ansata Arabian Horse Farms in Texas. His passion for horses would take him all around the country, including Mena. After moving to Georgia to work with horses, he completed a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Georgia in Athens and then later received his ...

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Celebrating 8-Year Partnership

The West Arkansas Homecare Agency and the Ouachita Regional Hospice hosted a celebration for Mena Regional Health System in gratitude of an 8-year partnership the two agencies have enjoyed with the local hospital. West Arkansas HomeCare offers Skilled Nurse Services, Physical Therapy, Social Worker, and Home Health Aide. They  also provide Lifeline Services to our patients who qualify. [PHOTO BY ...

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