Information Regarding COVID-19 and Brighton Hospice At Brighton Hospice, we believe communication is a critical part of providing exceptional care. As concern continues to grow around the #COVID19 virus, our ongoing focus will be to provide the best care to our patients and their families, collaborate with our partner organizations, and protect and educate our team. Additionally,…
Brighton Hospice loves to make dreams come true for its patients. One particular patient really enjoyed driving his Harley-Davidson®, but couldn’t due to his medical condition. The staff got creative. They found a Harley with a sidecar and were able to take him on a long ride through the mountains, even stopping along the way…
Brighton Hospice employees are a diverse group, but one thing they all have in common is caring. Every member of our team, whether working directly with patients or not, is devoted to giving our patients the very best care.
In the hustle and bustle of operations, some companies may forget their most valuable asset. The administration staff with Brighton Hospice knows that their positions are directly linked to the amazing work our nurses do. Watch this video to see how Brighton’s administration supports our nurses.
Advice from a Special Patient When Jennifer first started with Brighton in Oregon, one patient specifically touched her heart in a way she will never forget. While getting to know each other, they discovered that they were kindred spirits with many things in common. Jennifer provided the very best care to her, as with all…
Why? Why do we even do this job? The answer to this question is captured best by our clients. They are our “why,” as this video explains through their own stories. These three stories are told from the perspective of those left behind in the wake of great loss. Each is one example of hundreds of stories we hear from our clients every single day. It can be a difficult job, but this is what makes it all worthwhile.
Why Do We Need Chaplains? There is inner pain that cannot be healed with medication.
Hospice volunteering is not about having a certain set of skills you can bring, it’s about making someone feel valued and cared for. Watch this video to learn what you could do as a volunteer.
The employees at Brighton Hospice are eager to go above and beyond. Mary Buth explains how this affects patients and their families.
Board-Certified Music Therapist, Mandi Vestegen, sings, “We’ll Meet Again,” a favorite with the patients she visits in hospice care.