May 6-12 is National Nurses Week and we want to thank nurses everywhere for the time and effort they put into their jobs. We are especially proud of our Legacy Hospice nurses and the wonderful work they do every day!
Follow the link below to learn more about Raymond Story and how he uses his talents to inspire those around him. Raymond volunteers with Legacy Hospice by playing piano two days a week for the Tyler Colonial Nursing Facility.
Legacy Hospice was honored to have the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce host the Ribbing Cutting ceremony for our new location at 4635 NE Stallings Dr., Nacogdoches, TX 75965. Below are several pictures from the event.
Legacy Hospice fed the hungry at The Dinner Bell, providing the meal and serving the food at First United Methodist Church.
Dixie, Buddy, and Sadie are pet therapy dogs in Sulphur Springs. Here they are dressed up to celebrate the Christmas season!
The Sulphur Springs office of Legacy Hospice was recently awarded the "Best Hospice Care Agency"! Congratulations on their hard work and dedication!
Thanks to the Hope Foundation, one of our patients was able to visit New Orleans, LA with her son and daughter, pictured below. She had planned to go when her daughter turned 21, but she was diagnosed with cancer and became very ill. Thankfully, they were still able to make it and had a great time!
Pam Black with "Dixie", Becky Peugh with "Sadie", and Jajan Davis with "Buddy"