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GHC Hospice cuts ribbon
Hospice ribbon cutting
GHC Hospice Administrator Lindsay Cason cut ribbon surrounded by GHC Hospice staff and friends, Chamber members, staff and Executive Board Chair, Kathy Villafane

 The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce  Oct. 31, for GHC Hospice at 481 E.G Miles Parkway, in Hinesville.

 Chamber/CVB CEO, Leah Poole, welcomed GHC Hospice-Hinesville to the Chamber and introduced Administrator Lindsay Cason, RN and LCCOC Board Chairman Kathy Villafane offered her congratulations and support. Cason thanked all in attendance and expressed her gratitude for the support she has received from the Chamber and the community. 

Cason, a Liberty County native said, “Liberty County has been one of the largest service areas since we actually opened in 2015. So we have a big bulk of our patients that live in Liberty County but yet our office was in Jesup. So opening this office provides us the opportunity to be closer to them. Personally, I would say it’s really important to me because it’s home.”

GHC was founded with the goal of improving the accessibility and quality of care available to those who live in rural areas across Georgia and South Carolina. Their mission is to “understand that each patient is unique, their family and friends special, and that all are at peace in the end.”

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