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Published on January 21, 2016

Compassionate Companions Needed

Milford Regional Medical Center is looking for volunteers to serve as “Compassionate Companions” to ensure that patients at the end of life are not alone.

“Compassionate Companions” is Milford Regional’s end of life comfort program and is based on the “No One Dies Alone” program. Volunteers who serve in this role provide a comforting, compassionate presence for patients at the end of life who would otherwise be alone.

For more information about “Compassionate Companions” or to volunteer for this important program, call Elaine Willey, Director of Volunteer Services, at (508) 422-2263.  Volunteers will be interviewed, screened and trained.


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