The Beachmere Inn, Ogunquit Maine ~ Year Round Rates #palliative #medicine

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Rates for Your Stay at the Inn

Minimum number of nights are required during certain times of the year. Rates do not reflect prevailing Maine state lodging tax. Rates vary for holiday vacation weeks and special weekends. Not responsible for typographical errors.

Cancellation Policy: Deposits are refunded less a $25.00 cancellation fee with proper notification. Otherwise, the entire deposit will be forfeited. For reservations of 7 nights or more, notice of cancellation must be received 21 days in advance (30 days for Hearthstone). For reservations fewer than 7 nights, cancellation must be received 14 days in advance. The cancellation policy also applies to changes in your arrival / departure date, which will result in shortening your stay. You are responsible for your entire reservation. There are no refunds for late arrivals or early departures.

Minimum Stays: The Beachmere has minimum stay requirements for reservations according to time of year and room. Reservations can be shortened if they still meet the minimum stay requirement that was in effect at the time the reservation was made and the change is not made within the cancellation policy.

Special Requests: If you require a cot or a crib, please let us know in advance so that we may have your request in place upon arrival. We have a limited number of cots and cribs and these must be reserved in advance to ensure availability. The rates are $20 per night for a cot and $15 per night for a crib. Also, if you are in need of special equipment for purposes of accessibility, please inform us in advance of your arrival and we will make every attempt to accommodate your needs.

Smoking Policy: The Beachmere Inn is NON-SMOKING for the health and safety of all our guests. Smoking will be permitted on the lawn or designated areas only.

Pets: Sorry, but pets are not permitted at the Beachmere Inn.

Parking: Due to limited spaces, only one car is permitted per room .





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2481 Kaanapali Parkway Lahaina, HI 96761 Reservations: 1-888-671-5310

In the heart of Maui’s famous Kaanapali Beach Resort. the 360-room Aston at The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach offers beautiful Pacific views, island-style hospitality and the convenience of luxury condominium living with hotel amenities.

Action abounds with immediate ocean access for year-round snorkeling, swimming and surfing. The resort is also situated across from Kaanapali’s championship golf courses. and provides private entry to Whalers Village with its beachfront restaurants and shops.

Ranging from 640 to nearly 2,000 sq. ft. all spacious suites and studios feature complimentaryWiFi. fully-equipped kitchens and private lanais – some wrapping around corner suites for even more expansive ocean views. Or upgrade to a Premium Suite . Available in studio, one- and two-bedroom categories, these luxury condominium suites feature designer kitchens, top-of-the-line appliances and contemporary furnishings to provide a truly premium experience. Premium Suite guests are also treated to a selection of luxurious in-room amenities including fresh orchids, rich chocolates, Maui-grown coffee and Malie reed diffuser.

Exciting changes are coming to The Whaler! We will be renovating the lobby starting August 15, 2016. Work will be limited to weekdays from 8am – 5pm and is expected to be completed in December 2016. We will make every effort to minimize disruptions and ensure your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.





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Join Our Team!

Georgia promotes an environment where our employees feel valued and welcomed. We recognize that satisfied employees give superior service. Bristol is making a difference in a positive, memorable way because Bristol is made up of passionate, committed people who have a desire to serve our community.

We proudly offer you:

  • flexibility
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If embracing a reverence of life through offering care and assistance to those in need is what motivates you, then you may have what it takes to be a part of the Bristol Hospice team!

Bristol Hospice, L.L.C and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers.Click here to learn about our career opportunities.Apply now!

Testimonials

Thank you for your care, concern, and support during my sweet father’s last few days of life. Your kindness will always be remembered.

A surviving family member

1. The Bristol Hospice Georgia staff are very caring, dedicated professionals who were always supportive. Their cheerfulness and sincerity helped me cope with any problems that my husband was experiencing. Thank You!

A surviving family member

Thank you so very much for helping me get through my mom’s final days. I wanted to be there with her at her final moments. You all gave me great comfort. Thank you again for your kindness to my mother and I, your spiritual support was welcomed and helpful.

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The Bristol Hospice Georgia Team was introduced to me and I loved them. WOW! They answered all of my questions and made sure my mother had the best of care.

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From the East Highway One

Immediately after the Harbour Bridge take exit 120, Digby Ferry. Proceed straight along Market Place until it ends. Take a right onto St. John Street and follow St. John Street until it becomes Dufferin Row (at the school on your right). Proceed along Dufferin Row. Hospice is located at 385 Dufferin Row on the corner of Dufferin Row and Chapel Street, directly across from Assumption Church. Turn left onto Chapel Street and use the Chapel Street entrance to the Hospice.

From the West Highway One

Take the last exit prior to the Harbour Bridge, exit 120, Digby Ferry. Proceed straight along Ludlow Street. Take a right onto St. John Street and follow St. John Street until it becomes Dufferin Row (at the school on your right). Proceed along Dufferin Row. Hospice is located at 385 Dufferin Row on the corner of Dufferin Row and Chapel Street, directly across from Assumption Church. Turn left onto Chapel Street and use the Chapel Street entrance to the Hospice.

Hospice has parking for approximately 15 cars on site. Additional parking is available on Chapel Street and at Assumption Church (if not in use by the church).





The Beachmere Inn, Ogunquit Maine ~ Year Round Rates #nc #little #hospice

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Rates for Your Stay at the Inn

Minimum number of nights are required during certain times of the year. Rates do not reflect prevailing Maine state lodging tax. Rates vary for holiday vacation weeks and special weekends. Not responsible for typographical errors.

Cancellation Policy: Deposits are refunded less a $25.00 cancellation fee with proper notification. Otherwise, the entire deposit will be forfeited. For reservations of 7 nights or more, notice of cancellation must be received 21 days in advance (30 days for Hearthstone). For reservations fewer than 7 nights, cancellation must be received 14 days in advance. The cancellation policy also applies to changes in your arrival / departure date, which will result in shortening your stay. You are responsible for your entire reservation. There are no refunds for late arrivals or early departures.

Minimum Stays: The Beachmere has minimum stay requirements for reservations according to time of year and room. Reservations can be shortened if they still meet the minimum stay requirement that was in effect at the time the reservation was made and the change is not made within the cancellation policy.

Special Requests: If you require a cot or a crib, please let us know in advance so that we may have your request in place upon arrival. We have a limited number of cots and cribs and these must be reserved in advance to ensure availability. The rates are $20 per night for a cot and $15 per night for a crib. Also, if you are in need of special equipment for purposes of accessibility, please inform us in advance of your arrival and we will make every attempt to accommodate your needs.

Smoking Policy: The Beachmere Inn is NON-SMOKING for the health and safety of all our guests. Smoking will be permitted on the lawn or designated areas only.

Pets: Sorry, but pets are not permitted at the Beachmere Inn.

Parking: Due to limited spaces, only one car is permitted per room .





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From the East Highway One

Immediately after the Harbour Bridge take exit 120, Digby Ferry. Proceed straight along Market Place until it ends. Take a right onto St. John Street and follow St. John Street until it becomes Dufferin Row (at the school on your right). Proceed along Dufferin Row. Hospice is located at 385 Dufferin Row on the corner of Dufferin Row and Chapel Street, directly across from Assumption Church. Turn left onto Chapel Street and use the Chapel Street entrance to the Hospice.

From the West Highway One

Take the last exit prior to the Harbour Bridge, exit 120, Digby Ferry. Proceed straight along Ludlow Street. Take a right onto St. John Street and follow St. John Street until it becomes Dufferin Row (at the school on your right). Proceed along Dufferin Row. Hospice is located at 385 Dufferin Row on the corner of Dufferin Row and Chapel Street, directly across from Assumption Church. Turn left onto Chapel Street and use the Chapel Street entrance to the Hospice.

Hospice has parking for approximately 15 cars on site. Additional parking is available on Chapel Street and at Assumption Church (if not in use by the church).





Cedar Lodge in the Wisconsin Dells ~ Resort on the WI River

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Welcome to Cedar Lodge in the beautiful Wisconsin Dells

Cedar Lodge is a resort located on the Wisconsin River in the Wisconsin Dells. Cedar Lodge is a distinctive alternative to the everyday. Here, you’ll find spacious lodge rooms, suites and villas all with river views. Charming, modern log cabins tucked neatly into the woodlands. Activities and amenities capable of satisfying both a child’s need for fun and your desire for relaxation. All nestled in a magnificent setting along the sandy shores of the Wisconsin River. Many words have been used to describe the Cedar Lodge experience: rustic, pampered, friendly, scenic, welcoming, ideal mixed in with great fishing and waterpark fun for the whole family. Cedar Lodge is located off the beaten path next to Lake Delton on the lower Wisconsin river. We’re just down the road from Lost Canyon on the Lower Dells of the Wisconsin river. Click here to view our resort map, driving directions and interactive Google map.

Our staff is committed to making your stay memorable and we trust that every detail will exceed your expectations! The point of having a vacation is having fun. Of course, what’s fun can vary from person to person, age to age, and family to family. Here at Cedar Lodge we have you all covered. Head down to the 400 ft. of sandy beach, which is perfect for building sand castles, then dip into the refreshing waters of the Wisconsin River. Toss around a football on the riverside lawn while having a picnic and watching the children play on the playground. Make a splash in the outdoor heated swimming pool then drip dry on the river view sunning deck. Throw a line out and fish right off the dock or rent a watercraft available right next door to our resort.

About The Wisconsin Dells

The Dells of the Wisconsin River also called the Wisconsin Dells is a 5 mile gorge on the Wisconsin River in southern Wisconsin in the United States noted for its scenic beauty, in particular for its unique sandstone rock formations and tributary canyons. The cliffs, some over 100 feet high, and side canyons are closed to the public to protect sensitive ecological features. The viewing of the rock formations by water is a popular tourist attraction in the area. The nearby city of Wisconsin Dells is the center of summer tourist activity, much of it in the form of the theme parks unrelated to the river features.

The cultural history of the area stretches back several thousand years, from early Paleo-Indian people to the more recent Native American peoples, such as Ho-Chunk, Sac, and Menominee, who left behind effigy and burial mounds, camps and village sites, garden beds, and rock art. The Dells were made famous in 1886 by the photographer H. H. Bennett, who took the first stop-action photo of his son jumping onto Stand Rock.

Wisconsin Dells was founded as Kilbourn City in 1857 by Byron Kilbourn, who is notable for also founding Kilbourntown, one of the three original towns at the confluence of the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic Rivers that joined to become Milwaukee. Before the establishment of Kilbourn City, the region around the dells of the Wisconsin River was primarily a lumbering area until 1851, when the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad was chartered with Kilbourn as its president. The railroad made plans to bridge the Wisconsin River near the river’s dells, and a boomtown named Newport sprang up at the expected site of the bridge in 1853. The population of this new city quickly swelled to over 2,000, but when the railroad finally came through the area in 1857 it took nearly everyone by surprise by crossing the river a mile upstream from the site of Newport. As a result, Newport was rapidly turned into a ghost town as the settlers flocked to the new city at the site of the railroad bridge, Kilbourn City. Gradually, tourism became a large part of Kilbourn City. To make it easier for tourists to identify Kilbourn City with the natural landscape it was famous for, the name of the city was changed to Wisconsin Dells. Things to do in the Wisconsin Dells





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by Russell K. Portenoy, MD

(Sometimes a simple idea comes along and while revolutionary, you sit there thinking, why didn’t I do that? Many organizations and academic departments have great content experts, probably lecturing to learners every week. But who among us have consistently made these available for free online, in addition to providing free CE credits. We all have access to those tools, but someone did it first and with a year long commitment to teaching. Pallimed asked Dr. Russell Portenoy to explain the origins of a simple yet innovative project, the MJHS palliative care webinar series. Maybe we could see this replicated in other places? – Ed.)

I am grateful to Christian Sinclair for the opportunity to write about the decision to create a new webinar series for those interested in palliative care and to structure in a way that, hopefully, ensures broad access. The back story begins with a decision I made recently to leave the hospital setting, where I had worked for 30 years, to assume a clinical and academic role in a corporation is solely focused on community-based care. MJHS is a large health system in New York, and I had been working part-time for several years in one of its units MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care. The latter organization maintains a large hospice program and several cutting-edge, community-based palliative care programs.

In 2014, the MJHS corporate board made a strong commitment to grow high quality hospice and palliative care programs, and concurrently decided to create a new not-for-profit entity that would pursue academic initiatives in palliative care, including inter-professional training programs, clinical research, and quality management. In mid-June, I became the first Executive Director of the new MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care and assumed a full-time role as Chief Medical Officer of MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care. Almost immediately, I was joined in the Institute by 10 doctoral level professionals, including experts in education and instructional design, research, and quality.

We have hit the ground running, and are particularly pleased with the decision to create a new online inter-professional webinar series as one of our first projects. Underwritten by a small grant, the series will show 21 live webinars during the first year, approximately one broadcast every two weeks. The topics are relevant to the entire interdisciplinary team.

After each presentation, the webinars are posted online for one year, and both the live and archived webinars will provide continuing education credits to physicians, nurses and social workers. There is no charge for attendance at the live webinar or access to an archived installment. The creation of high-quality education with a low barrier to entry is consistent with the mission of the new MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care. Through our email reminders to potential attendees, we have started building our own community (contact us at www.mjhspalliativeinstitute.org to get on the email list). We are looking forward to many more contributions and collaborations of this type.

Russell Portenoy, MD is the Executive Director of the MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care, and the CMO of MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care. He is also a professor of Neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and editor of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.

Pallimed: A Hospice Palliative Medicine Blog Founded June 8, 2005. This blog is a labor of love whose only mission is educational. Its content is strictly the work of its authors and has no affiliation with or support from any organization or institution, including the authors’ employers. All opinions expressed on this blog are solely those of its authors. In addition, all opinions expressed on this blog are probably wrong, and should never be taken as medical advice in any form.

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We are graciously committed to our mission that all patients and families entrusted to our care will be treated with the highest level of compassion, respect, and quality of care.

Serving patients and families in Honolulu county. Bristol Hospice

Hawaii s program promotes quality and comprehensive hospice care for our patients, families, and communities, and has received Certificate of Need approval. In addition, we are CHAP Accredited .

Hawaii, LLC, provides a wide-range of services to meet the physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of individuals at the end of life. We focus on an individualized plan of care which may include, as appropriate, the following services: nursing, physicians, hospice aides, spiritual support, therapy, dietary, counseling, volunteers, durable medical equipment, supplies, bereavement services and medications related to the terminal illness.

Hawaii, LLC has a strong support of a larger organization with locations throughout the U.S. Please visit our corporate website to learn more.

Meet Our Executive Leader and Providers Our seasoned Senior Executive Director and board-certified Medical Directors lead an expert interdisciplinary team of advanced practice professionals, nurses, social workers, chaplains, and.
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Hospice care, centers around the patient and family. The goal of the professionals at Bristol Hospice is to empower you to make your own choices regarding care and assistance. The team serves as your advocate, helping.
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Testimonials

Hospice was. a blessing to me. Without their help, I would not have been able to care for my husband at home.

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I’d like to thank all the agency’s team members… I would not have been able to care for my mom for so long without their help.

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I am very grateful and thankful for the wonderful services provided by the Bristol Hospice representatives. They were all so helpful

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…Everyone that I met and talked to were very comforting, helpful, informative, caring and always available to assist me as needed. Fantastic team. Fantastic service.

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Cedar Lodge in the Wisconsin Dells ~ Resort on the WI River

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Welcome to Cedar Lodge in the beautiful Wisconsin Dells

Cedar Lodge is a resort located on the Wisconsin River in the Wisconsin Dells. Cedar Lodge is a distinctive alternative to the everyday. Here, you’ll find spacious lodge rooms, suites and villas all with river views. Charming, modern log cabins tucked neatly into the woodlands. Activities and amenities capable of satisfying both a child’s need for fun and your desire for relaxation. All nestled in a magnificent setting along the sandy shores of the Wisconsin River. Many words have been used to describe the Cedar Lodge experience: rustic, pampered, friendly, scenic, welcoming, ideal mixed in with great fishing and waterpark fun for the whole family. Cedar Lodge is located off the beaten path next to Lake Delton on the lower Wisconsin river. We’re just down the road from Lost Canyon on the Lower Dells of the Wisconsin river. Click here to view our resort map, driving directions and interactive Google map.

Our staff is committed to making your stay memorable and we trust that every detail will exceed your expectations! The point of having a vacation is having fun. Of course, what’s fun can vary from person to person, age to age, and family to family. Here at Cedar Lodge we have you all covered. Head down to the 400 ft. of sandy beach, which is perfect for building sand castles, then dip into the refreshing waters of the Wisconsin River. Toss around a football on the riverside lawn while having a picnic and watching the children play on the playground. Make a splash in the outdoor heated swimming pool then drip dry on the river view sunning deck. Throw a line out and fish right off the dock or rent a watercraft available right next door to our resort.

About The Wisconsin Dells

The Dells of the Wisconsin River also called the Wisconsin Dells is a 5 mile gorge on the Wisconsin River in southern Wisconsin in the United States noted for its scenic beauty, in particular for its unique sandstone rock formations and tributary canyons. The cliffs, some over 100 feet high, and side canyons are closed to the public to protect sensitive ecological features. The viewing of the rock formations by water is a popular tourist attraction in the area. The nearby city of Wisconsin Dells is the center of summer tourist activity, much of it in the form of the theme parks unrelated to the river features.

The cultural history of the area stretches back several thousand years, from early Paleo-Indian people to the more recent Native American peoples, such as Ho-Chunk, Sac, and Menominee, who left behind effigy and burial mounds, camps and village sites, garden beds, and rock art. The Dells were made famous in 1886 by the photographer H. H. Bennett, who took the first stop-action photo of his son jumping onto Stand Rock.

Wisconsin Dells was founded as Kilbourn City in 1857 by Byron Kilbourn, who is notable for also founding Kilbourntown, one of the three original towns at the confluence of the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic Rivers that joined to become Milwaukee. Before the establishment of Kilbourn City, the region around the dells of the Wisconsin River was primarily a lumbering area until 1851, when the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad was chartered with Kilbourn as its president. The railroad made plans to bridge the Wisconsin River near the river’s dells, and a boomtown named Newport sprang up at the expected site of the bridge in 1853. The population of this new city quickly swelled to over 2,000, but when the railroad finally came through the area in 1857 it took nearly everyone by surprise by crossing the river a mile upstream from the site of Newport. As a result, Newport was rapidly turned into a ghost town as the settlers flocked to the new city at the site of the railroad bridge, Kilbourn City. Gradually, tourism became a large part of Kilbourn City. To make it easier for tourists to identify Kilbourn City with the natural landscape it was famous for, the name of the city was changed to Wisconsin Dells. Things to do in the Wisconsin Dells