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Rob Lowe at Methodist Healthcare Foundation Cancer Center Luncheon
It was a full house as actor Rob Lowe discussed his life and career and his family's struggles with cancer.

In Focus with Dr. Kurt Tauer
Dr. Kurt Tauer says his work on the Foundation’s Board of Directors energizes him. “When you look at the programs it’s behind, how could it not?"

2013 Annual Report
Read these stories of hope and determination that highlight our efforts to improve our community, thanks to our generous donors.

"Everyone Should Use Hospice Care — the Sooner, the Better"

Liz and BabiesScott Fleming choked up when he remembered his family's experience with Methodist Hospice.  His wife Liz was 54, the mother of three daughters and grandmother of a recently born set of triplets—and she was dying from bladder cancer. 

Scott recounted that hospice was everything people said it would be.  Barbara, their nurse, was gentle, firm, gracious, caring and patient.  "She cared for Liz with love and attention and made all of it as tolerable as possible. She made it a comfortable and dignified process," he says.  "She truly became a member of our family during those last days."

“Everyone should use hospice care—the sooner, the better." 

Share the Care for a family whose loved one is in hospice. Every day, families from all walks of life turn to Methodist for care and compassion during a loved one’s final days. Your donation goes directly to help ensure that all families have access to the highest level of skilled and compassionate care and services at the Hospice Residence and Hospice home care. Give Now

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