The purpose of the study is to help determine the best course of action for providing long-term Hospice House services to the Tri-Cities community. Built in 1995 and expanded in 2001, the existing Hospice House is approaching 23 years of service to the community. Due to aging and increased regulatory requirements, the existing Hospice House will need to be repaired, significantly upgraded, or eventually replaced.
A Building Program was developed based on interviews with the Hospice House Study Work Group and the current Hospice House staff. Whether building new or remodeling, the information in the Building Program became the definition of the project scope for the upgrade and new options. Based upon the report, the Facilities Committee recommended to the Chaplaincy Health Care Board of Directors that they proceed with construction of a new hospice house.
ALSC is continuing to assist Chaplaincy with their capital campaign for a new hospice house.
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