Smithfield Herald

March 24, 2014 8:29 AM

Hospice House manager settling into her role

Tami Baumbaugh didn’t know much about hospice until six years ago when her stepfather suffered a debilitating stroke. In the year and three months that he lived, a hospice nurse and home health aide helped Baumbaugh and her mother care for him at home and come to terms with his illness.

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