In 2014, my mother-in-law lived out her last days (which ended up being 3 months) in West Georgia Hospice. When it was “time,” my husband and his siblings were all on their way but did not get there in time. The nurses stayed with me, held her hand and mine, and cried with both of us until she drew her last breath.
One of my best friends lost her mother several years ago, and another best friend has lost both of her parents, all of whom were cared for at this facility. And now, last week, March 15, 2018, I lost my own father. He was only there for 5 nights, but he received the same concern, care, and compassion that my mother-in-law did. This staff took unbelievable care of her, my Dad. Everyone else I have ever spoken to that had a loved one at this Hospice could not say anything bad about any part of their experience. It’s hard enough losing someone you care about, but these nurses sure do help take the sting out of such a difficult situation. I cannot even put into words how much I appreciate the love I have for them, and the respect for what they do. ANGELS.. that’s what they are, every one of them!