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…

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,…

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…

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…