A team of medical professionals and business people from China were in Roanoke today to learn more about Hospice care

wfir-linkEnd of life, in-home hospice care is not the norm in China … so a Chinese contingent stopped by Good Samaritan Hospice headquarters in Roanoke today to learn more. Good Samaritan Hospice president and CEO Sue Ranson says the model is changing in China, as families get smaller with the one-child policy and many now leaving home to work in the big cities. There’s a need for in-home hospice care to assist people at the end of their life.
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