John Willingham is a SMHHH patient and a served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. John, pictured with his wife, is receiving a flag pin and a certificate of appreciation from Chaplain Jerry. SMHHH is proud to honor veterans!
Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice (SMHHH) partnered with the Alzheimer Association and other concerned caregiver businesses to present The Caregiver Conference. Donna Baker, C. E., greeted conference guests at the SMHHH table.
For Immediate Release: May 23, 2014 (Alexandria, Va) – A new video that is part of the “Moments of Life: Made Possible by Hospice” outreach campaign tells the story of Don, a WWII veteran who with the support of his hospice team was able to join Honor Flight and visit the World War II Memorial…Details
Smoky Mountain Home Health & Hospice supporting the annual event of “Luke 14″at Manley Baptist of Morristown. The event allows student volunteers to give of their time to minister to children and adults who may have special needs. Smoky Mountain and friends painting little girl’s fingernails. …Details
Debbie A’Hearn RN, CE with Michaela and Cindy- staff of Heritage Nursing Home- are the winners of the helicopter ride at Heritage Days. The helicopter ride was provided by Life EMS of Morristown. Debbie A’Hearn RN, CE and Al AHearn – Smoky Mountain Volunteer – celebratingHeritage Days…Details
Rennie Fisher, Community Educator from Newport, presented “Gods Pharmacy” at the recent Tennova Convalescent Centers first health fair. She displayed a basket of tomatoes, as a tomato has multiple chambers that resemble the structure of the heart.
Flowers made by our flower ministry for our home
health and hospice patients
Flower arrangements made for a local restaurant promoting our flower ministry.