Surrounded by dedicated healthcare workers, Mayor William E. Cooper officially declared November as ‘Hospice and Home Health Care’ month in the City of Enterprise.
Representatives from Dayspring Hospice, alongside colleagues from Gentiva Hospice, Southeast Alabama Homecare, and SouthernCare Hospice, gathered for this significant occasion. Mayor Cooper expressed deep appreciation for these organizations and their devoted staff, acknowledging their invaluable role in providing comfort and dignity to patients. Their efforts enable individuals to spend their final moments in the familiarity of their homes, surrounded by loved ones who hold a special place in their hearts.
“Hospice and Home Health Care programs offer a compassionate choice for those facing terminal illnesses, allowing them to receive care in the setting they prefer during their last days, often within the embrace of their own families,” Mayor Cooper emphasized. He praised the healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, counselors, volunteers, and many others across the nation who tirelessly provide hospice and home health care. Their dedication brings solace and respect to those who need it most, every single day.
Mayor Cooper extended his gratitude not just on behalf of Enterprise but for the entire nation, recognizing the remarkable contributions of these selfless medical professionals. He observed, “By dedicating their time and expertise to caring for others, they are contributing to the betterment of America.”