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Tuesday December 10th, 2019

Trellis Supportive Care Salutes 101-Year-Old Female Veteran at Breakfast Event

Susan Rudd, a 101-year-old Army WWII Veteran is no stranger to the many veteran events hosted by Trellis Supportive Care; however, being the guest of honor at today’s Pearl Harbor Remembrance Breakfast among 600 fellow veterans was a welcome surprise. Trellis Supportive Care’s veteran outreach coordinator, Don Timmons, gave a special salute to Rudd as part of the program, which took place at the Richard Childress Racing event room. “I had breakfast with my favorite 101 year old veteran,” shared Timmons. “A great way to top off our 5th year of Veterans Coffee events,” he added.
Monday September 30th, 2019

Trellis Supportive Care Attracts a Thousand to its Living Your Best Life Luncheon

Trellis Supportive Care Attracts a Thousand to its Living Your Best Life Luncheon to hear Mary Matalin, James Carville and Ann Compton Piedmont/Triad, NC – Trellis Supportive Care, formerly Hospice & Palliative CareCenter, drew a crowd of 1,000 to their annual Living Your Best Life Luncheon on Wednesday, September 25 at the Benton Convention Center. This year’s speakers were internationally known political icons and strategists, Mary Matalin, James Carville, and Ann Compton.
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Monday September 10th, 2018

North Carolina’s First Hospice Care Organization Changes Name to Set Itself Apart

Piedmont/Triad NC - On September 1, North Carolina’s first nonprofit hospice organization founded in 1979,  Hospice & Palliative CareCenter, will change its name to Trellis Supportive Care. Staff and stakeholders  wanted a name that stands apart from other hospice providers and that reflects its mission of providing supportive care to patients and families.