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By Bristol Health
January 14, 2019
BRISTOL, Conn.— Bristol Hospital has once again launched its 2018 Lights of Love campaign to support the hospice program of Bristol Homecare and Hospice. Lights of Love started in late November as part of National Hospice Month, and assists those in need when facing life-threatening illness. The funds provide families with assistance such as social work services, complementary therapies to increase comfort, financial assistance and meals for families.
All donors who make a gift of $25 or more, will receive a commemorative Lights of Love Christmas ornament. Additionally, donors can honor a loved one by having their name displayed on a photo of a remembrance candle which will be hung on the Christmas tree in the hospital lobby. To make a donation to Lights of Love, please call the Bristol Hospital Development Foundation, 860.585.3365.Volunteers also will be staffing the Lights of Love table located in the Bristol Hospital lobby.
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What does it mean to care today for your tomorrow? It means we're proud to provide accessible and convenient care, focused on wellness and prevention, all delivered to the highest quality to our community. As health care has changed through the years, so have we. With more than 20 locations, we've grown from a community hospital to an integrated network providing a full-continuum of services.