As reported by David Wahlberg, Wisconsin State Journal
Agrace, which provides hospice care and related services in southern Wisconsin, is requiring its 1,600 employees and volunteers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the organization said Tuesday.
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Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Tuesday, August 24, 2021
As reported by Logan Rude, WISC TV-3/Channel3000.com
Agrace, a nonprofit health care provider, announced plans Tuesday to require COVID-19 vaccinations for all of its more than 1,600 employees and volunteers.
Employees will be required to get their first vaccination by Sept. 1 and their second by Oct. 1, if they’ve gotten Moderna of Pfizer. Roughly 90% of Agrace’s employees are already fully vaccinated.
Thursday, August 12, 2021
After 25 years of serving local families as a nonprofit hospice, Agrace had two solid reasons for opening—of all things—a thrift store! Not only would the store generate funds to support Agrace’s nonprofit mission, but it would also create a place for patients’ families to donate the accumulated household items their loved ones were leaving behind.
Thursday, August 5, 2021
Local adults and children living in southern Wisconsin who are grieving can find hope and healing with the help of Agrace grief support specialists.
This September, Agrace will host in-person and virtual group support options for adults and children who are grieving the death of a person. These groups provide emotional and peer support in a professionally led group setting and require advance registration.
Friday, July 30, 2021
Nurse Practitioner Mary Spiller has joined the medical services team at Agrace, a nonprofit, community-supported health care organization that provides hospice care, supportive (palliative) care, non-medical personal care, adult day care and grief support across southern Wisconsin.
Tuesday, July 20, 2021
Every day, Agrace serves 1,500 patients and clients throughout southern Wisconsin when they are aging, ill, dying or grieving, including hundreds throughout Grant, Lafayette and Iowa counties. As a nonprofit health care organization, Agrace relies on community donations and fundraising events to support its mission of providing compassionate care throughout serious illness.
Friday, July 9, 2021
Local adults living in southern Wisconsin who are grieving can find hope and healing with the help of Agrace grief support specialists.
Friday, June 18, 2021
Agrace has appointed Kathy Pline and Scott Truehl to its Foundation’s board of directors. A nonprofit health care organization, Agrace provides non-medical personal care, supportive (palliative) care, hospice care and grief support to people across southern Wisconsin. The Agrace Foundation Board guides its fundraising, helping to meet the organization’s current and future needs.