Alive Hospice hosted its 3rd Annual Faith Leaders Conference on September 6.
Dr. Richard Payne was the keynote speaker. Dr. Payne is Professor of Medicine and Divinity at Duke Divinity School, and the Esther Colliflower Director of the Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life.
This year the event was held at the Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee. More than 92 community leaders attended. Alive Hospice sent a thank you to everyone who participated.
About Alive Hospice
Alive Hospice entered the Middle Tennessee landscape in November 1975, only one year after the founding of the first hospice program in the United States. At the time, and through grassroots movements, other hospices also began appearing across the country. Like the group of individuals gathered together by Alive Hospice’s founders, Dr. David Barton and Dr. John Flexner, what unified those movements were compassionate people committed to helping patients live in comfort until death occurred and families to grieve with support. For more information on Alive Hospice please visit: http://www.alivehospice.org/