SMHHH Achieves “We Honor Veterans” Partner Level Two

Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice has achieved “We Honor Veterans” Partner Level Two.  Hospice-Veteran Partnerships (HVPs) are coalitions of community hospices, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities, end-of-life care and community organizations, and others working together to ensure excellent care of veterans and support for their families is available at the end of life…

Smoky Mountain Alzheimer’s WALK celebrates 20 years

The 20th Annual Smoky Mountain Alzheimer’s WALK was held Sat. Sept. 29 at Pigeon Forge High School. Participants and volunteers from Sevier, Cocke, Hamblen and Jefferson counties enjoyed live musical entertainment, free food, door prizes, and fun for all ages. Even pets were included! The Smoky Mountain community has pulled together to support families facing…

GriefShare Seminar

Smoky Mountain Hospice Knoxville office is offering a special GriefShare seminar and support group. GriefShare is a non-denominational group and features biblical teaching on grief and recovery topics. Everyone is invited to join the group at anytime. For more information, please call 865-673-5877.

Spirit of Smoky

The Spirit of Smoky music group features four of the Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice employees from the Newport office. They are Tina Kilgore, Teresa Buckner, Denise Ball and Susan Burgin. These talented ladies sing at events in the Newport area. They have recorded a CD of their favorite songs. Please enjoy one of…

SMHHH featured in Cityview Magazine

Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice was featured in the March/April 2012 issue of Cityview Magazine published in Knoxville, Tenn.  The issue featured an article on senior options for home health and hospice. The magazine interviewed Ralph Ozman, SMHHH’s Community Educator, for the article. He discussed SMHHH’s hospice care. Click here to read the article…