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The Virginia Association for Hospices and Palliative Care (VAHPC) advocates for quality care for all persons with life limiting illnesses.

VAHPC  promotes hospice and palliative care education and ethical practices, and serves as a  united voice and resource for its members.

Our primary responsibility is to the citizens of the Commonwealth. We hope that you will find this site useful and that you will return frequently  for information and support when facing the challenges of a life-limiting disease.

2019 Leadership Forum  was a tremendous Success!


Timely. Today. Tomorrow.

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who made the Leadership Forum a Wonderful Event

Thank you to Our Exhibitors, Sponsors and Supporters:

Ava Care, Inc.

Cohen, Seaborg, Schmidt Family Foundation

Delta Care Rx

Dignity Memorial

Forcurra

Mumms Software

Optima Healthcare Solutions

Thornberry Ltd.

Total Triage

 

 

Advance Directives

Coming to Richmond on November7th

The Veterans Summit

The day long event takes place at the Westerre Conference Center in Richmond.  Speakers include: Deborah Goral, the Palliative Care Program Manager at the Pittsburg, PA VAMC; she will be our keynote speaker.  Additional speakers include Katherine Kemp, the director of Veteran's Services, NHPCO and Rustry Trubey, Chaplain from Coatesville, PA, VAMC.  Rounding out the day will be David Ringle, who is with the Department of Veterans Services in Richmond Virginia. 

For a copy of the informational brochure - for reference and to share with others, please use this link

Registration is OPEN and Filling Fast!

Registration costs are $60/person. This includes materials and lunch.

You can Register for the Veteran's Summit here.

 

Palliative Care

The Virginia Department of Health, VDH, has created a palliative care informational website which includes information on the following:

  • delivery of palliative care in the home and in primary, secondary and tertiary environments;
  • best practices for the delivery of palliative care;
  • consumer educational materials and referral information for palliative care and
  • continuing education opportunities for health care providers.
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