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New Artwork Springs Forth at Larkspur Office

Creating a positive, calming and safe environment for families throughout our various facilities has always been an important component of our organization. For 10 years, Hospice by the Bay has partnered with Traci Teraoka to incorporate warmth and balance in areas where patients and families typically gather, such as bereavement therapy spaces and hospice rooms. …

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BTBH donates iPads to more than 30 community partners

Provider Relations Gets It Done! The Provider Relations team plays a unique role within BTBH.  They are our “can-do” faces out in the field, functioning as a customer service hub between medical/residential facilities, referring providers, case managers, social workers, our patients and their families.  PR’s work regularly requires them to engage in person with our …

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Work Grief: A Primer for Emergency Medicine Providers

By: Kai Romero, MD May 22, 2020 Heartbreaking patient situations are the backbone of Emergency Medicine. Whether it’s a new cancer diagnosis, telling a family member that their loved one has died, or the creeping dread that a mistake that we’ve made will negatively impact one of our patients, we all experience extraordinary stress in …

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Writing the Coronavirus Wave

Creativity connects Sonoma/Napa HBTB volunteers with patients Hospice by the Bay (HBTB) has a mighty backbone of more than 400 dedicated volunteers who provide enduring support to our staff, as well as to hospice patients and their families.  Tireless and passionate, HBTB’s volunteers contribute year-round to administrative and retail projects, and on a weekly basis …

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Spotlight: Intake & Admissions Team

Hospice by the Bay’s clinical control tower At first glance, Hospice by the Bay’s Intake & Admissions department looks like any other office setup: a bullpen of gray, low-walled cubicles, heads bobbing up and down asking questions over the partitions, phones ringing, papers shuffling, file drawers opening and closing.  What’s actually going on, however, is …

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