POINT PLEASANT — First Church of the Nazarene Fellowship Hall in Point Pleasant played host to the 18th annual Pleasant Valley Hospital Hospice Tea.
PVH Home Health and Hospice employees, along with friends of the community, were in attendance for the lunch and celebration.
Music was performed by Aurora Best, daughter of Mistie Best, director of Home Care Services. The Fisherman’s Net Ministries also sang and played instruments.
“We hold this event each year for the community. In the spirit of the holiday season and in remembrance and honor of friends and loved ones who have been affected by a loss, Pleasant Valley Hospice encourages anyone in the community to attend. We hope to provide this event for many years to come and hope to see many more members of the community in attendance as the years pass,” Best said.
Pictures of past hospice patients were placed on a special Christmas tree for employees and family members to honor.
Pleasant Valley Home Health Services provides care to patients of all ages who no longer require hospitalization, but continue to require periodic attention in their home. Home Health Services provide the patient with skilled nursing care, personal care services, physical therapy, social services, IV therapy services, speech therapy, occupational therapy and 24-hour on-call nursing. They serve Mason and Jackson counties in West Virginia, and Gallia, Meigs and Athens counties in Ohio.
For more information or a free initial assessment, contact Pleasant Valley Hospital Home Health Services at (304) 675-7400 or 1-800-746-0076.
Established in 1959, Pleasant Valley Hospital (PVH) is a not-for-profit hospital dedicated to providing highly specialized medical services to those who live in the Point Pleasant area. PVH is a partner of Cabell Huntington Hospital (CHH) and the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
Information for this article provided by Pleasant Valley Hospital.