What's being said about Suncrest Home Health & Hospice?

What an honor - Karen Brandon BSN RNCM

I recently lost a dear patient that I have taken care of since last July. It brought home what a special place we have in people's lives as they near the end of theirs. What an honor to be chosen to walk along them as their journey progresses. What a honor it is for me, to be part of their lives. (more…)

Exceeding community expectations - Michelle Kozimko, LPC, Social Services

I could truly go on and on about how great Suncrest is because it's true. It's refreshing to be part of the Suncrest Hospice Team. Suncrest continues to raise the bar in patient care while exceeding community expectations. As an employee, it's exciting to be part of a team that truly values each and every member. Suncrest lives up to every single word of our mission statement.

One great big team - Valentina Atencio, CNA

What I love about working with Suncrest is that they are very supportive. They compliment a lot and they're very motivational. They always keep us on our feet, keep us going, always have lots of information to give us about driving in the weather, anything that comes up. They always have answers for you. (more…)

Dedicated to Teamwork - Andrew Griffin

Suncrest is absolutely incredible to work for. I cannot overstate that enough. The work of a hospice is so difficult emotionally yet equally as rewarding. I've been a cna for a while now and as much as I loved what I did before. I can't imagine doing anything else now. The staff are so welcoming. (more…)

I love the work that I do - Melony Congleton, Float LPN

I love the work that I do and have been blessed this the job that I have! In the community of Suncrest Hospice there is a culture that nurtures and promotes positive teamwork. I believe that the attitude and atmosphere of a workplace trickles down from the top. Suncrest owners and management work hard to foster and encourage the growth and development of this compassionate company . (more…)

It's about living - Darcie Curley

Sometimes I stop at the store on my way home from work, still wearing my uniform, and the clerk will often see the word "hospice" written there, and remark upon, or sometimes ask, about how hard it must be to do this kind of work. They look into my eyes, expecting something, sadness maybe, pain, or weariness.  (more…)

Such a Blessing - Sean O'Malley

I was introduced to the gift of hospice long before I ever started working in the hospice field. Sadly, both my grandmother and my mother-in-law were diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer around the same time in 2009 and both eventually made the choice to seek hospice care. My mother-in-law was in her 50’s and did not relish the idea of spending the last weeks of her life in a hospital. (more…)

nothing less than wonderful - Leslie Hanna

The Suncrest staff, especially RN Noel Peck (whom I have come to rely on for straight forward assessments and recommendations), has been nothing less than wonderful during this final journey for my mother. The entire staff has been the ultimate in caring, professionalism, and in constant monitoring of her comfort and well-being, (more…)

Every employee goes above and beyond - Tammy Groendyk, RN

At Suncrest, the mission statement isn't something that is posted on a fancy plaque in some hallway that no one ever sees or hears. At Suncrest, the mission statement is a part of every employees daily life. Every employee goes above and beyond to fulfill that mission statement and every employee is made to feel like an integral part of the entire team.  (more…)

Very Blessed - Monica Russo

Before I got hired on to work with Suncrest hospice I was working in an assisted living facility. When I was working there I had a great comfort knowing that the team of Suncrest was there to help with the residents. As an outsider looking in, I was pleased to know that they took great pride in making sure the residents were comfortable and had everything they needed. (more…)