Annual Conference Scholarships Available
Through generous donations from Bremer Bank, St. Croix Hospice, Allina, Dr. Chris Downey and Lores Vlaminck of Lores Consulting LLC, MNHPC has the opportunity to provide two scholarships to a staff member at an MNHPC Provider in the seven county metro area and seven scholarships to staff member at an MNHPC Provider in greater Minnesota.
The purpose of the scholarships is to support individuals from member organizations who would not be able to attend the conference ebecause of financial constraints. An organization can receive only one scholarship, and recipients will remain anonymous.
Only provider members current on their membership dues are eligible to apply for a scholarship. Scholarships will be awarded only to individuals who have not already registered for the conference. No refunds will be given.
Advance Care Planning
Advance Care Planning is talking with your loved ones about your health care wishes.
Palliative Care is care that focuses on improving the quality of life of people with serious illnesses.
Watch the video below to see what palliative care can do for you:
Hospice Care is a philosophy of care for dying patients that emphasizes comfort over cure.
Bi-Annual We Honor Veterans Meeting
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Now Accepting Nominations for Volunteer of the Year
Each year MNHPC recognizes two exceptional volunteers serving in provider member hospices. Volunteers are an integral part of hospice teams, providing valuable support to patients and families when they need it most.
Nominations are now being accepted for Volunteer of the Year awards, which are presented at the MNHPC Annual Conference. One award is given in association withe the We Honor Veterans program and is given to a hospice volunteer who is a veteran. The other award is given to a non-veteran hospice volunteer. The nomination form, which includes specific criteria, can be found by clicking below. The deadline for nominations is March 10th.
MNHPC is proud to be partnering with playwright Syl Jones and Mixed Blood Theatre’s Jack Reuler in an exciting new project that will bring an original play and community dialogue to stages across Minnesota with the hope of fostering conversations about end of life care and choices. Interested in making a donation to support this unique project?