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The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) has the pleasure of honoring those who have dedicated their lives to the care and service of others. The Home Care & Hospice Hall of Fame began two years ago when its inductees were honored at NAHC’s largest meeting of the year. This is also NAHC’s second year honoring a Nurse of the Year, the winner of a national vote on nurses from every state.
NAHC’s Nurse of the Year, along with its new Hall of Famers, will be at the 2013 NAHC Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, DC, Thursday, October 31 to Sunday, November 3. Attendees will have a chance to meet them and get the tools they need to compete and make their agencies the most successful they can be.
They will also get role models as they learn more about this year’s honorees. The 2013 Home Care & Hospice Hall of Fame inductees are Judith Bellome, Lawrence, KS; Honorable Max Cleland, Arlington, VA; Cathy Frasca, Sewickey, PA; Lori and Paul Hogan, Omaha, NE; Carol Raphael, New York, NY; and, Christopher Reeve, who was a super hero for the paralyzed and mobility impaired.