Veteran outreach team forms at McDonough hospice
by Neighbor Staff
03:30 PM, Tuesday, December 01
Following Veterans Day, Sacred Journey Hospice in McDonough announced its veteran outreach team. “The goal of the program is to make sure no veteran patients’ needs go unmet on a medical and emotional level,” Lauren Keefer, volunteer coordinator, ...

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