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Worland citizen wants home health, hospice care

WORLAND — Why does Washakie County not have a home health and hospice care program? That was a question posed by concerned citizen Lynnette Swing at Tuesday’s Worland City Council meeting.

 

April 7, 2018



WORLAND — Why does Washakie County not have a home health and hospice care program? That was a question posed by concerned citizen Lynnette Swing at Tuesday’s Worland City Council meeting.

“I’ve been involved with older people in the community and I want to know why we don’t have hospice or home health.”

Currently Washakie County’s home health needs are served by Community Home Health out of Thermopolis. They do not provide Medicare supported hospice care. Community Home Health also offers services into south Big Horn County

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