​Volunter Appreciation Event 2016

 Wednesday, April 13, 2016 ​Executive Caterers at Landerhaven

​Hospice of the Western Reserve cordially invites you and your guests to the 2016 Volunteer Appreciation Event:

           
Executive Caterers at Landerhaven
6111 Landerhaven Drive, Mayfield Heights, OH 44124

Please join us as we welcome Dr. Lucille Marchand, MD, BSN, FAAHPM
as this year's guest speaker.


Your choice of a morning event or evening event:

Morning: Meet the speaker. Doors open at 9:30 a.m., event begins at 10 a.m. (Breakfast served)
Evening: Meet the speaker. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., event begins at 5:45 p.m. (Dinner served)

Registration

Register online or call the RSVP line at 216.383.5280. For more information, call 216.255.9090. 

Please RSVP by April 6, 2016.  Seating is Limited. Ample parking, including complimentary valet, is available.

Directions

From the West/South
I-480 East to I-271 North to the Cedar Road/Brainard Road exit.
Turn right at the top of the ramp onto Brainard Road, and an immediate left
onto Cedar Road (East). At second light turn Left onto Lander Road.
Take the first right at Landerhaven Drive. Landerhaven is located on
the left side, just past the Staybridge Suites hotel.

From the East
I-271 South to the Cedar Road/ Brainard Road exit. Turn left at the
top of the ramp onto Brainard Road. Turn left onto Cedar Road
(East). At second light turn left onto Lander Road. Take the first right at Landerhaven Drive. Landerhaven is located on the left side, just past
the Staybridge Suites hotel.

About Dr. Lucille Marchand, MD, BSN, FAAHPM

Dr. Marchand began her health care career as a nursing assistant and then as a nurse.  She earned a medical degree from the University of California in San Francisco in the 1980s, when AIDS  was a full-blown epidemic.

It was this experience of seeing unrelieved suffering, coupled with her nursing experience that galvanized her work as a pioneer in palliative care.

She finished her family medicine training at the University of Connecticut and completed a fellowship in family therapy and qualitative research.

Dr. Marchand served as a professor of family medicine and coordinator of the palliative care curriculum at the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Family Medicine for 20-plus years and then directed Dr. Rachel Remen’s Healer’s Art Medical Student Elective for 14. She served as a hospice medical director and created a palliative care service at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison, WI.

On a national level, she has served as the humanities section editor for the AAHPM Quarterly (Art of Caring column) for 10 years.

Dr. Marchand speaks on communication, narrative medicine, compassionate care, mindfulness and contemplative practices, and other palliative care and integrative medicine topics.