For years, Dr. Bryan White MD Hospice Plus Founder has overseen patient care at a number of respected Texas-based facilities. He explains the effectiveness of the Hospice program here.
Heading up two separate Hospice locations in Texas, among other reputable medical facilities across the state, Dr. Bryan White MD Hospice Plus former CEO has earned a reputation among his patients and peers for superior leadership and healthcare delivery. In all his roles, Dr. White streamlines services and optimizes facilities to deliver top-notch care, especially to the elderly or especially at-risk patients in Texas.
“The Hospice program is a tremendous help to countless patients and families around the country who are suffering through some of the most difficult days of their lives,” says Dr. Bryan White MD. “Caring professionals dedicate their lives to easing burdens and comforting those most in pain or affected by debilitating diseases.”
Though organizations with the same focus and attention to those suffering from terminal illnesses stretch back centuries to various churches and monasteries, the modern-day Hospice organization of America was founded in 1974. The Medicare Hospice Benefit was first introduced in the 1980s, while the Center for Hospice Care opened in 1985 under the original name Hospice Southeastern Connecticut.
What initially started as a concentrated group of closely allied care providers, Dr. Bryan White MD tells us quickly grew into a nationally-supported organization of caregivers with common goals to ease pain and make passing easier. One of the central goals of Hospice is to redefine the difficult days of the end of their patients’ lives, showing them and their families compassion, reconciliation, spiritual healing, and renewal. By offering patients and their loved ones support and various resources during their time of need, the Hospice group allows them to live meaningful lives for as long as it will last.
“Representatives of the Hospice group come into families’ homes and provide support wherever needed, performing small and large tasks to ease the general burden,” says Dr. Bryan White MD Hospice Plus former CEO. “Their work goes far beyond that, though. Those affected by the death of loved ones also receive support and counsel after their loved ones have passed to ensure everyone copes to their fullest abilities.”
At his locations, Dr. Bryan White MD ensures each of the caregivers are highly qualified and compassionate, and that the methods and procedures they use are the best the medical industry has to offer.