Go Red for Women Day!

All Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice offices participated in “Go Red for Women” to support heart health on Fri., Feb. 7, 2014.  We Rock in Red!! Kingsport Knoxville Newport Greeneville Morristown                                              …

Eurie Louis Elliott, Jr.

Sergeant Eurie Louis Elliott, Jr. – (Greeneville Hospice Patient) Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice staff members visited Eurie Elliott and presented him with a pin and certificate in honor of his service to our country. Born Nov. 19, 1922, Sergeant Elliott served for three years in the Army during WWII. Some highlights of his…

Ray M. Bible

Ray M. Bible (Greeneville Hospice Patient) By: Lisa G. Durham On Veteran’s Day 2013 staff from Smoky Mountain Home Health and Hospice visited Ray Bible.  Leann Stewart (Social Worker) and Lisa Durham (Community Educator) presented him with a pin and certificate in honor of his service to our country. Bible was born on Dec. 17,…

Ethel Mae Kibler

November is National Home Health and Hospice Month. We are honoring some of our wonderful patients. On November 25 Ethel Mae Kibler will celebrate her 100th birthday.  Mrs. Kibler was born on November 25, 1913 in Marion, VA to the late H. Wise Wheeler and Amanda Johnson Wheeler. She is the widow of both William…

SMHHH gives appreciation lunch for faith community

On April 24, 2014 Smoky Mountain Hospice – Knoxville held an Appreciation Luncheon for church secretaries, parish nurses, administrative support and church ministries to celebrate their faithful work to the faith community. Lunch was served and a presentation was made about how churches could work with Hospices and End of Life programs. The honored guests…

Veteran receives replacement medals

During World War II, Louis Walker, a Rogersville native, fought in the Asian-Pacific campaign. During his time there, he received numerous medals including a Purple Heart and the Bronze Star.  After the war he married Helen Spears and they raised five children together.  Over the years, his medals were lost. On Sunday, May 5, Walker…

Join us for “Bark for Life” on May 11

The American Cancer Society Bark For Life is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer. By supporting Bark For Life, you help the American Cancer Society save lives, and that helps us move closer to our ultimate goal of a…

Smoky Mountain Hospice Supports Nursing Education

Smoky Mountain Hospice has partnered with Lincoln Memorial University through its nursing internship program. During an academic semester, 2 to 3 student nurses rotate through the office. Over the past 30 years Smoky Mountain has been committed to serving as a training ground for nursing students throughout the East Tennessee area.   “Getting nursing students…