My wife recently died at age 56 of ovarian cancer at the affiliated Neighborhood Hospice. The caregivers were great, but after she died two jewelry items, that held great sentimental value, and that w ere listed on their inventory sheet when she was admitted, were stolen off her dead body. The administration's answer to me was they are going to review their policy in the future. Nothing about identifying who cleaned her body after I left the room or any type of investigation. (They said they looked around.) Find another hospice in the area. You don't need to be worried at this emotional time about people who rob from corpses.
The nurses of the hospice team were so smart and knew all about the right medicines to manage pain that the doctors didn't seem to know how to fix. They really care about everybody including the fami ly.
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