Long-time Healthcare Professional has Devoted His Career to Developing & Promoting Community-Based Care
ELIZABETH, NJ, August 22, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Frank Brady, MPA, RN and president of the Center for Hope, has been elected chairperson of the board of trustees of the Homecare and Hospice Association of New Jersey (HCHANJ); the statewide organization represents and advocates for the full scope of home care and hospice agencies in New Jersey concerning policies that affect hospice care, development and funding. It is also a regulatory and educational resource for home care and hospice providers, promoting skilled and compassionate end-of-life care.
Brady, a healthcare professional for 30 years, has spent his career developing and promoting community-based care, with a focus on hospice and end-of-life care. He has been at the Center for Hope, a non-profit, community-based organization that offers hospice and palliative care, based in Scotch Plains, since 2010.
“I’m proud to be in a position to influence the continued development of hospice services in our state. The Center for Hope has always taken the lead in innovative care; I hope that in this new role, I will be able to help hospice develop into an accepted, routine service that fits naturally into end-of-life care.”
The Center for Hope cares for patients at Peggy’s House in Scotch Plains and Father Hudson House in Elizabeth. Patients may also receive care from the Center in their homes and other medical and long-term care settings. For more information, visit www.cfhh.org.
About Center for Hope Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc.
Center for Hope Hospice & Palliative Care (Center for Hope) is a non-profit, community-based organization that provides terminally ill patients with hospice care, and their families or loved ones with physical, emotional, and spiritual support during their time of need. The Center actively supports the individual’s right to live out the remainder of their life with dignity and in comfort, surrounded by the love of family and friends, and eased from the burdens of physical, emotional, spiritual, financial or social distress. Center for Hope welcomes all terminally ill patients, their families and loved ones without concern for race, ethnicity, religious affiliation or ability to pay. It also offers pain and symptom management for chronically ill and seriously ill patients through its palliative care program. Center for Hope operates two facilities, Peggy’s House in Scotch Plains and Father Hudson House in Elizabeth, which provides nearly $3 million a year in charity care. For more information, visit www.cfhh.org.
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