Hospice Tyler, TX – Compassionate Hospice Care Inc #hotel #compare #price

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Tyler, TX Hospice

Compassionate Hospice Care Inc of Tyler, TX will be there for you when you need us most. We recognize death as a normal part of life, and focus on maintaining the highest quality of life for the patient and their family. Dealing with end of life issues is a difficult task that we assist in by offering high quality, team-oriented, palliative care that supports our patients’ wishes and values. We are sensitive and responsive to the special requirements of each individual and family.

Compassionate Hospice Care Inc’s Staff Services Include:

  • Registered Nurses
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Medical Social Workers
  • Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Dietician
  • Bereavement Counselor
  • Specially Trained Volunteers
  • A Chaplain and a Medical Director Both on Staff
  • At-Home Treatment and Support

We are now Grace Hospice of East Texas. Click link below for more details.
http://www.gracehospice.org

We are locally owned operated by a team of licensed, experienced, medical professionals totally dedicated to the hospice concept of caring.

Also, we are CHAP certified!



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Transfer Applicant

Note: Scholarships are renewable for up to three years as a full-time undergraduate student with the maintenance of a 3.0 GPA at Temple.

How to apply

The best way to apply is through your TUportal account. which you can also use to check your application status and more. To join TUportal, sign up for our mailing list. We’ll send you an email with instructions within 24 hours.

Along with your application, you’ll need to send all of your official high school and college transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Temple University.

What we consider

Previous college academic history. This is the basis of our admissions decision, as it is most telling of the work you will demonstrate as a Temple student. Our average GPA for transfer admission is 3.1 with 15 or more attempted college-level credits. Remedial and developmental course work is not counted toward our 15-credit minimum. Architecture, Nursing and Health Information Management have higher GPA requirements.

If you are seeking a second bachelor’s degree, please note:

  • Nursing. the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Education do not grant admission to second-degree students.
  • The Fox School of Business does not grant admission to students who have already completed a first degree in a business-related field at a U.S. institution.
  • The College of Science and Technology (CST) requires students pursuing second degrees to submit a statement of goals. CST makes the final determination of admissibility. Students wanting to complete prerequisites toward professional programs should contact Continuing Studies .

High school performance. We require an official high school transcript for students who have completed fewer than 30 college credits. We may review your high school work as part of our admissions decision.

Essay. This is your opportunity to describe the reasons you are looking to transfer, explain any academic trends or tell us something that is not evident in your application.

Recommendations. Although not required for transfer students, we accept letters of recommendations.

Extracurricular activities. Tell us about what you do outside the classroom.

Standardized test scores : If you have at least 15 college credits, SAT/ACT scores are usually not required for transfer admission unless our Admissions Office requests them.

Transferring credits

There’s no limit to the number of credits we accept, but you must complete at least 45 of your last 60 credits at Temple in order to receive a Temple degree. Our Admissions Office will let you know which credits are acceptable through a mailed official credit evaluation after you’re admitted. Generally, Temple accepts academic, college-level courses beyond the developmental level completed with a grade C or better from schools with regional accreditation. Each academic department determines how credits apply to the major, and students meet with advising units during on-campus registration. For more information about transferring credits to Temple, check out our bulletin .

Temple also awards college credits for students who in high school participated in the Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate programs.

The Transfer Equivalency Tool is designed to help current and prospective students determine how their college-level academic credits may transfer to Temple University. Use these tables to find the current listing of available Temple equivalents to classes at various two-year and four-year institutions as well as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and CLEP exams.

Temple’s Dual Admissions program

We’ve established Dual Admissions agreements to help students transfer smoothly from local partner, two-year colleges. Students who have completed 30 or fewer college credits may enroll in the Dual Admissions program through a partner community college. Enrollment in Dual Admissions guarantees admission to most majors at Temple if the student finishes an associate degree with a 2.3 or higher GPA. Dual Admissions also guarantees additional scholarships to students who graduate from their community college with a 3.3 or higher GPA.

To enroll in Dual Admissions, simply fill out an Intent to Enroll form at your participating community college. The semester following your enrollment in the program, you will receive a letter confirming your enrollment in Dual Admissions. Then, in your final semester, you will fill out the Temple application. There will be an option on the application asking you to indicate if you’re a Dual Admissions student. You must then send all official college transcripts to Temple for admission consideration. Scholarships are awarded only after Temple receives a final transcript indicating that you have graduated through Dual Admissions with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher.

Apply now

Ready to take the next step? Join TUportal to apply online, track your application and more.


Hospice Tyler, TX – Compassionate Hospice Care Inc #hotel #discount

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Tyler, TX Hospice

Compassionate Hospice Care Inc of Tyler, TX will be there for you when you need us most. We recognize death as a normal part of life, and focus on maintaining the highest quality of life for the patient and their family. Dealing with end of life issues is a difficult task that we assist in by offering high quality, team-oriented, palliative care that supports our patients’ wishes and values. We are sensitive and responsive to the special requirements of each individual and family.

Compassionate Hospice Care Inc’s Staff Services Include:

  • Registered Nurses
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Medical Social Workers
  • Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Dietician
  • Bereavement Counselor
  • Specially Trained Volunteers
  • A Chaplain and a Medical Director Both on Staff
  • At-Home Treatment and Support

We are now Grace Hospice of East Texas. Click link below for more details.
http://www.gracehospice.org

We are locally owned operated by a team of licensed, experienced, medical professionals totally dedicated to the hospice concept of caring.

Also, we are CHAP certified!



Hospice – The Hospice of East Texas – Tyler #hotels #in #brighton

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Hospice of East Texas seeks to enhance the quality of life for individuals and families dealing with life-limiting illness and to assist bereaved family members by providing comprehensive, coordinated care and support.

Whether provided in the home, hospital, long-term care facility or anywhere else, hospice is a compassionate way of caring for those with a life-limiting illness. The Hospice of East Texas has been providing this loving care to patients and their families throughout the communities of East Texas since 1982.

Coping with terminal illness presents many challenges – physical, emotional, social and spiritual. The caring, experienced team of professionals at The Hospice of East Texas is prepared to meet those challenges, and believes that no one, regardless of age, illness or financial circumstances, should have to face death alone or in pain.

Who Is Eligible?
Any patient with a terminal illness resulting in a life expectancy of six months or less, as determined by the patient’s physician, is eligible for hospice care. The patient, in partnership with his or her family, the referring physician and the hospice team, makes the decision for hospice care, after a thorough review of all the options for care. Care is provided regardless of the patient’s age, diagnosis, or ability to pay.

When is it time?
The sooner hospice care begins, the sooner the patient and family are able to benefit from the full range of programs and services offered by the Hospice of East Texas. The time to choose hospice care is when the goal of treatment begins to shift from curing the illness to providing comfort. By contacting Hospice of East Texas early in the diagnosis, the patient and family reserve time to understand their options and choose the path that is best for them. The best time to learn about hospice care is before you or someone you love needs it.

What does care include?
The Hospice of East Texas provides care that focuses on the relief of suffering in all its forms: physical, emotional, spiritual, and social. Our team of professionals works with the patient and family to create a plan of care unique to their situation. That plan might include:

• Home visits by nurses, physicians, home health aides, chaplains, social workers and trained volunteers
• Medications, supplies and durable medical equipment related to the terminal illness
• Caregiver support and education, and assistance with advance care plans
• Counseling and emotional and spiritual support
• Bereavement care and family support both prior to and after the patient’s death

Hospice care is truly centered around the patient and family. The goal of the hospice team is to empower you to make your own choices, give you access to information and resources you need during this very challenging time, and provide support to everyone involved.

Where is hospice care provided?
Most hospice care takes place where the patient lives and where the patient is most comfortable. That might be their own home, a family member’s home, an assisted living or nursing facility throughout our 23 county service region. Click Here to learn more about Home Care from The Hospice of East Texas.
When care at home is not possible, Hospice of East Texas’ widely-acclaimed inpatient facility, HomePlace, is available.

Why choose The Hospice of East Texas?
The Hospice of East Texas is recognized as the region’s center of excellence in hospice care, having served patients and families in East Texas for more than thirty years. The Hospice of East Texas is nationally recognized as one of the Top 100 hospices in patient and family satisfaction based on DEYTA’s Family Evaluation of Hospice Care.

When You choose, choose the best: The Hospice of East Texas

Hospice of East Texas

4111 University Blvd. Tyler, TX 75701