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Our Wichita Community

For generations, a community has served a vital role in terms of acting as a support system and offering a way to bring people together.

With our society moving at a faster pace with busy schedules and the frequency people change jobs, homes and locations, it makes it harder to make a connection and feel part of something bigger than yourself. 

Interim Hospice have acheived a Level 4 partnership with the We Honor Veterans program! Proudly serving our Veterans and their families #wehonorveteransAs a locally owned and operated business, we are committed to the community we serve. Each year, our employees participate in a variety of community activities and support a number of worthwhile organizations. A strong community benefits the individual, the community as well as the greater society. People of all ages who feel a sense of belonging tend to lead happier and healthier lives, and strong communities create a more stable and supportive society.
 

This is directly related to our Interim HealthCare mission – We Improve People’s Lives.

  • Interim Hospice is excited to acheive a Level 3 partnership with the We Honor Veterans program. We are honored and proud to serve our Veterans and their families by providing quality end of life care
  • Interim Healthcare is honored to announce our completion of our 3rd Joint Commission survey with ZERO deficiencies for 2011, 2013 and 2015!
  • Interim Hospice is proud to announce a Deficiency Free Recertification survey with no recomendations for improvement!
  • Congratulations to our entire team! The Wichita Business Journal announced Interim Healthcare of Wichita/ Hutchinson as the Largest Home Health agency in this service area. We served 1703 patients in 2013. The total number of patients served determines the ranking

Annual Hospice Memorial 2014

"When someone you love becomes a memory that memory becomes a treasure" Our annual memorial was a tree dedication ceremony. We had Miss Kansas there Meeghan Dunleavy and the National Color Guard. We donated trees on behalf of those who passed previous to 2014. We also put in a park bench for families to come to the park and reflect on their loved ones. The oak tree was the center as it was the strength and foundation for which we related it to the ones they had lost.

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