Looking Back and Moving Forward

There are memories all around our Central Wyoming Hospice campus. From the faded pictures lining mantels to the golden plaques that grace our Veteran’s Tribute Wall, they surround us daily. Perhaps the most precious memories are those of our patients and families over the decades, living permanently in our hearts.  Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions is celebrating our 40th Anniversary this year.  For us, this anniversary represents forty years of caring for our community and your loved ones. We have seen many changes over those years. We’ve also added our Transitions program to support those with life-limiting conditions and have expanded our Grief Care programs. However, through these 40 years certain things have not changed, including our mission to companion the end-of-life journey with skill and compassion. Central Wyoming Hospice is the oldest and largest hospice in the state and the only non-profit hospice in our community. Because of our dedication to the community, we provided $230,000 in charity care last year.  I am grateful and humbled by, not only those who made this dream a reality, but all of you who continue to support that dream into the future. This community cares for each other, and we’re proud to be part of that compassionate family. Our Caring Promise to you is to be here when you need us. Thank you for letting us care for our loved ones.  It is our honor every day. 
Kilty Brown, Executive Director Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions

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