State Representative Jonathan Dever (R-Madeira) recently visited the Hospice of Southwest Ohio in Madeira to share ideas and concerns about caring for our state’s elderly population.


“During our visit with State Rep. Dever, we were able to discuss topics that generate public awareness and education about hospice and community-based care and also gain knowledge of legislative impacts on hospice providers,” said Kim Beckman, CEO of Hospice of Southwest Ohio.


“It was a great opportunity for me to see firsthand how Hospice of Southwest Ohio is helping those struggling in our communities and their families. The services Kim and her team provide are top-notch and we are blessed to have such a capable group of individuals helping take care of the elderly,” said Rep. Dever.


Hospice of Southwest Ohio serves Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Clinton, and Clermont counties with the goal of assisting the elderly populations in their family home, senior community, or nursing home.  As a CHAPS Accredited provider, Hospice of Southwest Ohio holds a higher standard of care for its patients, families and loved ones as proven with results in the DEYTA Patient Satisfaction Survey.

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