Comfort, Care, Compassion: bringing residential hospice care to Durham Region

There is an undeniable need for palliative care in Durham Region – help us bring residential hospice care to our community!

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Comfort, Care, Compassion: bringing residential hospice care to Durham Region

There is an undeniable need for palliative care in Durham Region – help us bring residential hospice care to our community!

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Durham Region in need of a hospice facility

A group of people are looking to raise $15-million to open up two new hospice facilities in Whitby and in Clarington. Michael Davidson explains how the need can turn into…

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Residential hospices coming to Whitby, Clarington

Durham Region Hospice launches $15-million capital campaign DURHAM — Durham Region Hospice, a partnership between Durham Hospice and VON Durham Community Corporation, has launched a capital campaign to raise $15…

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New residential hospice beds coming to Durham Region

DURHAM — Residential hospice services are coming to Durham Region. On Aug. 31, government officials announced funding for 20 new beds throughout the region, located at three different planned facilities.…

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Clarington gives land in Newcastle to Durham Hospice

Clarington is donating two-acres of land to Durham Hospice. The space on Cobbledick Road will be used to build a five-bed residential hospice. The Ontario Liberals gave the region funding…

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Clarington Council donates parcel of land to Durham Hospice

Clarington February 6, 2018/- Council will donate a two-acre or 0.8 hectare portion of land on Cobbledick Road to Durham Hospice to build a five-bed residential hospice in Clarington. “Durham Hospice…

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