New Haven, Connecticut (PRWEB) March 14, 2014
The Connecticut Hospice, Inc. and its related research and teaching affiliate, The John D. Thompson Hospice Institute for Education, Training and Research, Inc., ‘The Institute’, is pleased to announce the launching of their newly created website.. Hospice.com
Originally constructed in 1996, Hospice.com (http://www.hospice.com) a vehicle for patients and families to review.
The architects of this exciting story unfolding are Yusuf Chauhan, a Yale Undergraduate Connecticut Hospice (YUCH) of many years and currently a design fellow at the Yale Center for Engineering, Innovation and Design, and of course, Marcel Blanchet, our Webmeister.
Working with a committee of interested leaders, Yusuf, who through the years had been a volunteer at our teaching hospital, noted that he was now going off to medical school in part due to his enriching experience at The Connecticut Hospice, Inc.
By showcasing what both the teaching palliative hospital-hospice and Institute are doing to improve best practices, it is hoped that patients and families, as well as professionals and volunteers, will be able to commit their time and treasure to the Institution. It is always hoped that the first Hospice, with its authentic innovation will touch each heart.
Yusuf Chauhan is, without a doubt, one of the best blessings that the website has shared its stage with and we are standing on his shoulders in a proud and humble way so that our “Hospital of Love and House of Hope” will be a source of inspiration and communication to those that access it.
“Patients and their families will now have an easy access to the first American Hospice and Palliative Care Hospital and its extraordinary staff with caring hearts and spirits”, said Wen-Jen Hwu, M.D., Ph.D., Board of Directors and Chairman of Professional Advisory Committee, The University of Texax MD Anderson Cancer Center, Professor, Department of Melanoma Medical Oncology and United States Chairman of Woman in Cancer Research.
Contact: Eileen Mino