Mission and Vision
Madawaska Valley Hospice Palliative Care Program (MVHPC) provides compassionate support to enhance the quality of living and dying.
Testimonials / Thank you's
The 2 Videos are families sharing their experience with our services Residential Hospice letters from families To the Volunteers at Madawaska Valley Hospice Palliative Care My dear Sister, Lorraine...
Board of Directors
John G. Campbell (Chair) Darlene Sernoskie (Vice Chair) Susan Sheridan (Secretary) Colleen J. Buch (Treasurer) Robin Lowry Carman Palubiski Jane Dumas Mary-Ellen Harris Margaret Haskin Advisors Clinical...
Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA)
MVHPC is striving for a diverse and inclusive culture where staff, patients and the community feels welcome, respected, safe and valued in our environment.
This focus is on supporting the experience of:
- Our people (including all our staff, physicians, volunteers and learners) – ensuring that they are comfortable contributing their unique skills and talents to deliver measurable results.
- Our patients (including their families and care partners) – ensuring that they are comfortable in their care experience and receiving the highest possible quality of care
- Our population that we serve – ensuring that they see our organization as a safe place to access care and address their health needs.
The purpose of the Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity & Accessibility (IDEA) committee is to provide strategic governance and oversight of the rollout and operation of the IDEA Strategy for MVHPC.
Hospice Palliative Care Myths
Hospice Myths Myth: If I accept a referral to hospice palliative it means I am giving up hope. FACT: Nothing could be further from the truth. Accepting a referral simply means you have chose to...
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