HopeHealth Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates

HopeHealth Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates

At HopeHealth, safety is our top priority. We are committed to keeping you safe while providing the very best patient care. With rigorous safety measures in place, we are here to provide you with the care you need. To learn more, please visit our COVID-19 Safety at HopeHealth page.

HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center Temporary Visitor Guideline

At the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center, we have the privilege to care for patients at end of life. Providing a welcoming and warm atmosphere is at the core of our care philosophy. As a precautionary measure during the COVID-19 pandemic, only two visitors at a time are allowed in the building. All others must remain outside the building. We appreciate your help in keeping everyone safe and healthy.

Grief Support, Caregiver Support Groups and Volunteer Services

In-person grief support has been temporarily paused and will be provided telephonically and through other remote means, including weekly virtual grief support groups. Your wellbeing is very important to us and we are here for you. For support, feel free to call HopeHealth's Center of Hope & Healing at (888) 528-9077 to schedule a time for someone to reach out to you. Please visit our grief support group page for a list of helpful articles and other support resources. 

Caregiver support groups are also being held virtually and we welcome you to join our weekly groups. You can also call us at (401) 415-4664 to arrange caregiver support over the phone.

We know the important role that volunteers play in the lives of our patients and their caregivers. We have temporarily paused in-person volunteer visits and we look forward to safely restarting them at the appropriate time. We continue to provide volunteer support telephonically and in other remote ways. To assist you, or for more information, please call (833) 818-1919.

Fundraising Events

HopeHealth’s two annual fundraising events—An Evening of Hope & Gratitude and the HopeHealth Invitational—are important opportunities for us to connect with our donors and supporters.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the difficult decision to merge these events into one virtual event. We’re calling it Connecting Together: A Celebration of Hope & Gratitude and it will culminate on Saturday, September 12. The live virtual event will include special messages from HopeHealth caregivers, patients and families—and our Human Dignity Award honoree, the Rev. Janet Cooper Nelson. All gifts and sponsorships to this event are 100% tax-deductible.

HopeHealth Employee Recruitment

HopeHealth has a number of positions open and we continue our recruitment efforts. Check out our featured jobs and our career page or email us today at Careers@HopeHealthCo.org to sign up for a time to speak with a member of our human resources team.

We appreciate your patience and support in keeping our community safe. If you have any questions or if we can be of any help and support, please call us at (844) 671-4673. You can also email us at Information@HopeHealthCo.org.

Healthcare Provider Resources

HopeHealth is committed to helping you during this unprecedented time. From goals of care conversation tools, wellbeing resources and PPE education videos, we have you covered. Visit our healthcare provider web page to learn more.

State and National Resources

HopeHealth is committed to supporting our community during this time of higher stress. Please see helpful resources below for national and local updates:

Grief during coronavirus COVID-19: how to recognize it and cope

Feelings of grief in times of crisis are valid and worthy of attention, even when no one has died. Our grief counselor explains the complex emotions of the coronavirus pandemic, and how you can cope.

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