Hendersonville, NC: Teleios Collaborative Network (TCN) announced the addition of Valley Hospice to its Network. Since 1985, Valley Hospice has served the needs of those living with a life-limiting illness by providing high-quality, holistic care focused on spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical comfort for patients, their families, and their caregivers.
Over the past 37 years the services Valley Hospice provides have evolved to include two dedicated hospice inpatient care centers, Liza’s Place Care Center South, located in Wheeling, West Virginia, and Mary Jane Brooks Care Center North, located in Steubenville, Ohio. In 2020, Valley Hospice also launched our Caring Connections Palliative Care program to improve the quality of life for individuals living with a serious illness and their families.
“We are glad to have Valley Hospice to be part of the TCN family. Valley has a great history and reputation serving their communities in Southeast Ohio and into West Virginia. They are going to make a great addition to our TCN network,” said Chris Comeaux, President and CEO of TCN.
“Valley Hospice believes that our relationship with TCN will provide a mechanism for us to work collaboratively with other community-based, nonprofit hospices to further enhance the quality of the care we provide,” said Andrea Hale, incoming CEO of Valley Hospice. “Becoming a member of TCN will help us meet the challenges of a changing healthcare environment while maintaining our independence and local governance.”
With the addition of Valley Hospice, TCN has over 3,500 hospice and 6,000 palliative care patients in its network.
TCN is a nonprofit organization that has created a Clinically Integrated Network that shares expert leadership, industry best practices, and resources with its member organizations, allowing community-based, nonprofit hospice and serious illness agencies to continue their work of providing compassionate care for those facing serious illness or the end of life. TCN was founded in 2017 by Four Seasons and Carolina Caring and co-founded by AMOREM and Mountain Valley organizations. TCN is currently comprised of twelve member organizations and serves in North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Idaho, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, and Utah.
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