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@example.com.
The Ledger, July 10, 2017: Sitting back in a wheelchair designed to support his small frame, Parker McAdoo’s eyes sometimes moved from side to side as his parents talked about a local hospice’s role in his medical care.
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.
Tampabay Times, May 5, 2017: Manager Brooke Taylor speaks with the parents and caregivers at LifePath Hospice in Tampa during their inaugural Caregiver Campfire Chat. More than 100 of their children are attending Camp Circle of Love, and annual trip for grieving children who have recently lost a parent, sibling or close relative.
The Ledger, December 13, 2016: Mayor Howard Wiggs says one of the keys to Lakeland’s recent resurgence is a personal connection between the city and its residents.
eHospice, September 15, 2016: Funded by a sizeable grant from the Hospice Women of Philanthropy, the simulation lab is one of a handful in the country dedicated to offering clinicians, staff and volunteers the opportunity to practice skills needed for difficult and often times emotionally charged endoflife discussions.
Citrus County Chronicle, April 30, 2016: As a child growing up in Citrus and Sumter counties, Jessica Hoag was fascinated when missionaries would visit her church and talk about the places they’d visited and the people to whom they ministered.
The Ledger, April 27, 2016: As a girl, Lisa Maxwell often wondered why her mother didn’t seek a different job. Why would anyone choose the anguish that comes with being a hospice nurse? “She’d come home some days and be sad and tearful,” Maxwell says. “I totally understand it now, but at the time I was like, ‘Mom, you’re a hospice nurse. They’re all going to pass.’