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BEING MORTAL: What matters at the end

By on April 26, 2017 in Events with 0 Comments

What matters near the end of life will be discussed by a local panel in May during a conversation on the reality of Being Mortal.

This conversation will be May 20, from 9 a.m. to noon at Wenatchee’s Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1400 S. Miller St. This conversation is open to the public.

The format will feature an Interactive panel composed of individuals with expertise in:

Hospice — Dr. Steve Voorhies, co-director of Confluence Health Hospice.

Palliative/hospice care — Julee Linderman RN.

Emergency room physician — Dr. Lance Jobe.

Mortuary concerns — Jeff Wilson, director of Heritage Memorial Chapel.

Family Practice/ Advance Care Planning — Cici Asplund MD.

Hospital Chaplain, Confluence Health — Scott Langager.

The panel moderator will be Neil Molenaar.   

Panel members will not only share their personal experiences with what matters in the end but will also be available for questions from the audience.

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