End-of-life planning class set
Jamestown Regional Medical Center is offering a free end-of-life planning class on Tuesday, Nov. 7, called “JRMC Hospice: From Cure to Comfort.”
“Hospice doesn’t mean giving up,” said Maren Radi, JRMC hospice coordinator and registered nurse. “It means that the patient chooses quality of life rather than quantity, to live the remainder of his or her days in the comfort of their own home surrounded by family and friends.”
The class will be at the Arts Center. An open house is at 5 p.m., followed by the presentation at 5:30 p.m. Light appetizers will be provided.
Since 1995, JRMC Hospice has been committed to providing individuals with compassionate endof-life care. JRMC Hospice provides humane and compassionate care for individuals and their families in the last stages of an incurable disease so that they may live life fully and as comfortable as possible.
For more information, call 952-4796 or visit www.jrmcnd.com/hospice.