Communication and Caring for Ourselves: A Chaplain’s Perspective Webinar

Presents the Second Annual Jackie Peckoff Memorial Lecture Tuesday, November 17, 2020 11am – 12pm Via ZOOM; log-in information to follow Communication and Caring for Ourselves: A Chaplain’s Perspective Rabbi Edith M. Meyerson, DMin, BCC Palliative care clinicians are seen as experts in communication. Each member of the interdisciplinary team has their own lens for… more

COVID-19 Healthcare Professionals Zoom Support Group

Are you a healthcare professional struggling with fear and anxiety related to COVID-19? EEH is offering a virtual support group to frontline professionals experiencing heightened stress and anxiety. Nurses, doctors, mental health professionals, aides and any other healthcare workers are eligible to participate at no cost.    Weekly open group on Zoom on Tuesdays next… more

Reflections by East End Hospice Board Member and Volunteer

It has been my privilege to serve EEH as a volunteer and Board member for the past four years. When  I was in clinical practice, physicians often struggled with end of life issues before hospice care became  available. Comfort care and dignity in death for terminally ill patients were not the things we learned about… more

EEH COVID-19 Update

Dear Friends: East End Hospice has always been on the front line of community medicine. We are experts in delivering care, comfort and compassion to people in the safety of their homes. During the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic our commitment remains unchanged. Our team will ensure that patients and families receive expert care and – most… more

Valentine Luncheon breaks records, raising over $200,000 for Camp Good Grief

Love filled the air at the 21st annual Valentine Salon Luncheon at 583 Park Ave in New York City in support of East End Hospice’s Camp Good Grief   More than 250 women philanthropists joined forces to raise a record breaking $200,000 in support of East End Hospice’s Camp Good Grief.   Attendees lunched and… more