Ann Merkel and some of the group of original High Peaks Hospice founders gathered to create a video to document the story of High Peaks Hospice's beginnings. L-R Standing- Fr. Rick Dennis, Katrine Krester Seated -Sr. Camillus, Ann Merkel, Dr. Robert Kasulke It's hard to imagine a time when hospice services were not available in
Become a member of our growing Hospice Team! High Peaks Hospice has an immediate opening for a Hospice RN in our Northern Clinical Office serving Essex, Franklin, Hamilton and St. Lawrence Counties. As a member of the hospice team, the RN visits patients, evaluates conditions, and provides skilled nursing care for hospice patients. He/she
The Adirondacks are full of people that are quick to lend a helping hand and give to others in need. Local businesses have shown time and time again the importance of investing and supporting other agencies. This past January, the Adirondack Artists Guild hosted “Transition,” an art show to benefit High Peaks Hospice. Each member
When: January 7-31, 2022What: During the month of January, the Adirondack Artists Guild will host “Transition,” an art show to benefit High Peaks Hospice. Each member of theGuild will donate one or two pieces of art in a silent auction event.Where: Adirondack Artist Guild Gallery located at 52 Main St, Saranac Lake, NY 12983. Also
High Peaks Hospice is spreading awareness and facts about the benefits of hospice care in November in recognition of National Hospice Awareness Month. Hospice is a way of caring that enables patients and families to focus on living as fully as possible despite a life-limiting illness. Most Americans know what they want at life’s end.
Clergy Appreciation Day on the second Sunday in October reminds us to recognize the work of ministers, pastors, and priests in the United States. Here at High Peaks Hospice, we would like to celebrate Mark Bailey, our Chaplain/Spiritual Coordinator. We appreciate all that Mark brings to the team, and especially to the individuals and