Divine Mercy Hospice Begins Operations

Dear Deacons,

You may or may not know that we have 2 Deacon Doctors on the Board of Directors for the Divine Mercy Supportive Care Hospice.  Deacon Alan Rastrelli help initiate the action to begin the hospice and is being recognized for his work with the non-profit organization on June 16th by the Catholic Medical Association. Deacon John Volk recently began his ministry on the Board of Directors for the program.  So, your brother Deacons have been instrumental in bringing this service into fruition.  Please support as you are able.  Below is an update on the Divine Mercy Hospice program.

DIVINE MERCY UPDATE 

Divine Mercy accepted its first patient as a licensed hospice last Thursday and its 2nd last Friday.  We have at least 3 more requests for evaluation for this week and could be caring for as many as 5 patients by Friday. The community is embracing us in ways we could have never imagined.

Because of your generosity we have not only been able to get our license but we are able to care for patients. We have been able to purchase needed medical supplies, medications and equipment. We have a dedicated team of paid clinicians as well as volunteers and we have also been able to purchase our Electronic Medical Records Reporting System.

Because of your generosity we have not only been able to get our license but we are able to care for patients. We have been able to purchase needed medical supplies, medications and equipment. We have a dedicated team of paid clinicians as well as volunteers and we have also been able to purchase our Electronic Medical Records Reporting System.

People are learning about us everywhere.

Your continued support is appreciated and necessary in order to satisfy our financial obligation to caring for people while we wait for reimbursement qualification.

Please forward this to your whole network. We need volunteers and money.

If you have a relationship with your Pastor, Knights of Columbus, Ladies Auxiliary, Respect Life Group etc., please ask how Divine Mercy might apply for a donation or how to schedule an end of life presentation.

We are the Archdiocesan Hospice!

Donations can be made on line at www.dmsci.org or mailed to:

Divine Mercy Supportive Care

303 South Broadway Suite #220

Denver, CO. 80209

 

Please make checks payable to The Catholic Foundation

 

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