Hospice Services

Hospice care is appropriate any time after a doctor has estimated that a patient has six months or less left to live, and both doctor and patient have decided to…

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Resources

Making the decision to start palliative treatments and enter hospice care can be difficult. We offer resources to help you and your loved one with your decision to seek care…

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Gifts

Your gifts to Heart & Soul Hospice, a not-for-profit Medicare-certified hospice agency, ensure we can carry out our mission to provide compassionate, end of life care, guided by Christian values in…

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When a life-limiting illness no longer responds to cure-oriented treatments, you can count on Heart & Soul Hospice to provide compassionate care and dignity to the terminally ill and their families. Our mission is to provide compassionate, end-of-life care, guided by Christian values.

Farmington Leadership Team

Traery Noubarian, RN
Traery Noubarian, RN

Hospice Administrator

April Courtway, RN
April Courtway, RN

Clinical Services Director

William Johnson, DO
William Johnson, DO

Medical Director

Paul Moniz, DO
Paul Moniz, DO

Team Physician

Wichita Leadership Team

Jennie Johnson, RN
Jennie Johnson, RN

Hospice Administrator

Ali Bezruczko, RN
Ali Bezruczko, RN

Clinical Services Director

Braden Foster, DO
Braden Foster, DO

Medical Director

Jamie Farrelly, LMSW
Jamie Farrelly, LMSW

Social Worker/Volunteer Coordinator

Words from the Heart

“I love the patients that I get to see and the employees that I get to work with.”

Janice Quinton, Farmington volunteer since 2013

“When we realized Mom wouldn’t ‘get better,’ her doctor suggested [Heart & Soul]  Hospice.
Mom had many people helping her…she loved them and could talk to them about anything.”

Debbie Hoehn, daughter and caregiver

“With the help of [Heart & Soul] Hospice, Mom’s last months were peaceful, with loving family and friends nearby. Everyone was there for Mom…and for us, too.”

Diana Stuart, daughter and caregiver

“In our situation, hospice came at the right time.  I didn’t know how much longer I could care for my wife at home.  Hospice staff was available to us 24/7. When I called, I knew I would be talking to someone who was connected to my wife’s health care.”

Kurt Bauche, spouse and caregiver

Learning Links

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A Dying Fish, A Son’s Wish

By Marc Silver for Next Avenue This is a story about an unlikely mix of topics: running, music, mothers, aging and a stranded blowfish. I was on an early morning run…

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How to Avoid Compassion Burnout

By Patricia Corrigan for Next Avenue Caregivers, both professional and personal, often suffer from compassion fatigue — a syndrome also known as “secondary trauma stress.” But navigating any close, personal relationship also can…

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When a Parent Dies: Ways to Help Yourself and Your Surviving Parent

By Amy Florian for Next Avenue Not too long ago, a dear friend’s dad suffered a major heart attack and died. At the funeral, there was little time for more than a brief…

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