Flower Ministry

083Flowers made by our flower ministry for our home
health and hospice patients






Flower arrangements made for a local restaurant promoting our flower ministry.











Tazewell Open House

The new Tazewell office held their ribbon cutting recently and the ceremony was well attended. Community members, staff, and friends of the agency celebrated this new addition to Tazewell.               Tammy Francis, RN, CDE welcomes guests to the Tazewell ribbon cutting ceremony and open house.        …

Knoxville Rewards Compassionate Staff

Smoky Mountain Hospice Knoxville Office Rewards Compassionate Staff On May 1, 2014 Office Manager, Cynthia J. Finch, LMSW awards three hospice nurse with a “Caught Doing Good” award. The company has an incentive program that allows staff members to make a recommendation for the good work of colleague. “Hat’s Off” to Jennifer Day, RN, Marilu…

Honoring our Veterans!

Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice (SMHHH) patient Judson Seegars served as a chaplain in the Army. SMHHH representative Donna Baker presented him with his flag pin, certificate of appreciation, and patriotic print roll pillow at a ceremony at Elmcroft ALF.  Kingsport Mayor Dennis Phillips (standing) also attended the ceremony to honor Mr. Seegars. SMHHH…

Getting Your House in Order


LeAnn Stewart, social worker for the Greeneville office, presented “Getting Your House in Order” to the Greeneville community at the YMCA. Pictured (L) Stewart  and (R) Carol Clatterbuck, YMCA Director of the Active Older Adults.

Blankets for dialysis

SMHHH’s Greeneville office donated red blankets in Joyce Crum’s memory to Fresenius Medical Care where Joyce received her dialysis. The red blankets are adorned with SMHHH logo and will be used to help keep dialysis patients warm while receiving their approximately four hour treatments, three times weekly. Lisa Garland Durham, SMHHH Community Educator, presented the…