This past year we have had the privilege to care for many patients and families. We appreciate all of you for putting faith in us to assist and care for your loved ones.
As we transition to a new year, we recognize all of the feelings that we have all experienced as our loved ones have transitioned to a better place.
We honor and love all of you and look forward to a 2019 filled with prosperity, health and good fortune.
Your Bristol Hospice Staff and Family
Bristol Hospice Hawaii Team Supporting our Nursing Home Community at their annual Hadona Conference March 16th, 2018.
The Bristol Hospice Hawaii Team attended and supported the 44th Annual Filipino Nurses’ Organization of Hawaii at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
A night filled with great company and great people who provide great care to our local community.
A night to honor and celebrate all the new graduates of Nursing. And Award those who exemplify what it means to be a Nurse.
Also, it was a night to welcome and induct all the new Board of Directors (Congratulations to ALL)
Mahalo for a great evening.
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Use your talents to brighten the days of our patients through our compassionate volunteer program.
There is no required time commitment and you can help right in your neighborhood.
Contact Ofelia or Linda at 808-536-8012 or email email@example.com
The Bristol Hospice Hawaii Team Celebrating and Recognizing all the Awardees at this year’s HAH Gala at Ko’olau Golf Club.
Special congratulations to our very own Dr. Baron Wong (Associate Medical Director) for being awarded the Hawaii Healthcare Hero.
Dr. Baron Wong is a Medical Director for Bristol Hospice Hawaii and is committed to providing care for patients with compassion, love, and dignity.
Mahalo Dr. Baron Wong for all that you do for our community and patients.
Congratulations to all the Healthcare Heroes.
Bristol Hospice Hawaii participated in the Annual Healthcare Association of Hawaii’s Advocacy Day (August 22, 2017) held at the Prince Hotel in Waikiki.
The HAH Advocacy day was a day for the leaders in the Healthcare community to discuss and collaborate how our healthcare partners can come together to help bring better healthcare to all lives in the State of Hawaii.
Mahalo to all the participants and leaders.
The Bristol Hospice Liaison Team had such a great evening at the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 12th.
It took our whole team coming together to make this dinner happen. We cooked and served up a Taco Bar for the guests and staff at the Hope Lodge. Dinner was enjoyed by about 40 people. The tacos bar was a big hit and everyone loved the flan. Our team has been invited back for another fun night of dinner, community, and support!
The American Cancer Society has a place where cancer patients and their caregivers can find help and hope when home is far away – an American Cancer Society Hope Lodge.
Each Hope Lodge offers cancer patients 18 and older and their caregivers a free place to stay when their best hope for effective treatment may be in another city. Currently, there are more than 30 Hope Lodge locations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Accommodations and eligibility requirements may vary by location.
Bristol Hospice Hawaii was in attendance to support our community partner for the dedication and open house that was held for the Palolo Nursing and Rehab Center Friday morning.
Our very own Chaplain, Larry Takao had the honors to bless and pray for the new center, consisting of 69 nursing beds and an eight-bed hospice unit.
“As that population gets older, there’s going to be greater needs for support services. Whether it’s services in their homes, or residential care services like they’ll find here at Palolo Chinese Home.” Said Darryl Ing, CEO of Palolo Chinese Home.
We had another successful night at Camp Anuenue! (Camp for Kids with Cancer)
Volunteers at Camp Anuenue
Jomel Duldulao (Director of Community Relations) from Bristol Hospice Hawaii had so much fun at game night hosted by the leaders of Men’s Leadership of Hawaii. MLH has led the game night for the past 15 years.
The evening started with prepping food, serving the kids great food and a game night filled with larger than life games – like jenga, connect four, toss the ring and many more.
Thanks to Evan Knight for leading our team this year and making the most of the games.
Bristol Hospice Jomel Duldulao (Director of Communication Relations) was able to volunteer his time again this year and donate some of the many prizes with the continued support of Bristol Hospice Hawaii.
Jomel Duldulao – Director of Community Relations[/caption]
The kids had fun being kids.
Also a big thank you to the wonderful cheerful staff at Camp Anuenue and allowing us to support such an awesome event.
Win – Win ❤️