Connie Bleile, LISW Robert E. Weissinger, DO Director Chief Medical Officer Hospice & Palliative Medicine Hospice & Palliative Medicine
Mission Statement: Hospice of North Iowa provides compassionate care for all those affected by end of life.
A non-profit organization serving ten counties in North Central Iowa since 1982.
Services include medical and nursing care, emotional and spiritual counseling, hospice aide services, volunteer services and bereavement follow-up.
Other members of the hospice team include dieticians, pharmacists, and music and massage therapists.
Hospice of North Iowa is a health care program that supports patients and their families in caring for their loved ones. Hospice care does not cure the disease, but provides comfort and relief from pain and other symptoms. People of all ages in the last months of life and with any disease may receive hospice care.
Palliative medicine provides care that aims to relieve suffering and enhance quality of life for patients and their families with significant illness.
2014 Hospice of North Iowa Board of Directors
Left to right: Jim Ragan, Dr. Bruce Trimble, Dr. John Flint, Jim Locher Pam Little, Barbara Pauk, and Veronica Uthe
2014 Officers: Pam Little, President Jim Ragan, Vice President Veronica Uthe, Secretary/Treasurer
"Hospice is Hope"...
Not hope of a cure, but hope that the patient will be pain free; hope that the patient will be with family; hope of dying with dignity and living each day as fully as possible.
Hospice of North Iowa 232 2nd Street SE Mason City, IA 50401 641-428-6208 1-800-297-4719