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Hospice Advantage opens in Clarks Summit

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Hospice Advantage, which offers a variety of Palliative care, comprehensive care and counseling services to terminally ill patients and their families, opened in mid-May in Clarks Summit. At the ribbon cutting ceremony, from left, Palliative Care Consultant Brenda Conlon; Palliative Care Consultant Devin Kelley; Administrator Sue Aulisio, RN; Social Worker Christine Getz; Pastor Bob Matthews, chaplain; Lackawanna County Commissioner Jim Wansacz; Dr. Darlene Dunay, medical director; Team Coordinator Carol Feely; Clarks Summit Borough Council Vice President Dominic Scott; Social Worker Karen Kuss; Volunteer Coordinator Susan Meyers and Volunteer Gayle Jaeger.

Hospice Advantage, which offers a variety of Palliative care, comprehensive care and counseling services to terminally ill patients and their families, opened in mid-May in Clarks Summit. At the ribbon cutting ceremony, from left, Palliative Care Consultant Brenda Conlon; Palliative Care Consultant Devin Kelley; Administrator Sue Aulisio, RN; Social Worker Christine Getz; Pastor Bob Matthews, chaplain; Lackawanna County Commissioner Jim Wansacz; Dr. Darlene Dunay, medical director; Team Coordinator Carol Feely; Clarks Summit Borough Council Vice President Dominic Scott; Social Worker Karen Kuss; Volunteer Coordinator Susan Meyers and Volunteer Gayle Jaeger.

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