Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce
140 NE 1st Street,
Delray Beach, FL 33444

Phone: 561-278-0424
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Only 1 in 3 U.S. adults has an advance directive. Get more facts about end-of-life wishes and hospice care in this infographic: http://vitas.social/p50350jpTYH

“V” is for VITAS! We are proud to deliver free fuel to members of our Pensacola hospice care team so that they can provide uninterrupted care to our Panhandle hospice patients and families in the wake of Hurricane Michael.

At VITAS, palliative care for seriously ill children starts managing symptoms and addressing pain at the time of diagnosis. Learn more about our approach to pediatric palliative care. http://vitas.social/1KtS50jpNc5

During National Case Management Week, we honor those who ensure our patients get the comfort, dignity and care they deserve. http://vitas.social/OXO950jo9Ql

At the end of life, no one should feel unworthy of care. On World Hospice & Palliative Care Day, we remember that everyone deserves comfort and dignity.

Learn how hospice physicians use meds in a different way, addressing symptoms, not the disease process. http://vitas.social/kNSd50jk6MG

VITAS Healthcare updated their cover photo.

VITAS of Central FL partnered with New Hope for Kids to provide training on ‘Transforming Loss: Finding Potential for Growth’ through the Hospice Foundation of America on September 28th. As part of a new alliance forming to provide tools to those who work with the bereaved and create positive change after loss, Bereavement Manager Robin Gallant addressed the group on VITAS' hospice services.

Volunteering your time to a good cause can improve mental well-being and overall happiness. For Sherri, volunteering became the best medicine for her grief. http://vitas.social/OTzh50jk6Ku

Breast cancer takes a toll on the whole family. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’d like to share this helpful information for the breast cancer caregiver.

Breast cancer takes a toll on the whole family. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’d like to share this helpful information for the breast cancer caregiver.

VITAS Healthcare of Dade and Broward counties showed support on October 6, at the Miami Zoo "Go Wild, Get Healthy" event in support of the Children’s Bereavement Center. Back row from left to right: Rita Nunez, VITAS Rep; Javier Hernandez-Lichtl, CEO of WKBH; and Laura Denoux. Front row from left to right: Conchita Tovar-Bas, Sr. Director of Market Development; Ruth TinocoBaptiste, Dade Adm. Assistant; Myrian Martinez and Janel Baez, VITAS Representatives.

As Hurricane Michael affects the panhandle and moves into Georgia, we're ready. Here's how we make sure patients and families come first, even in a hurricane: http://vitas.social/emiZ30malkS

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