The Everest Foundation is one of the only non-profits assisting to alleviate the ‘Medical Residency Bottleneck’

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — The Everest Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3), has made it its core passion to help the Graduate Medical Education community. The foundation is renowned in circles of Medical Schools, Universities and Residency Programs. The foundation, in part, assists with funding of research, personnel, edu-initiatives, and residency training slots.

Residents Medical’s Candidates Getting Interviews and Pre-Match Residency slots October through December

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — America’s Medical Residency applicants are deep into the residency application season. In September, the application period opened for medical students and graduates that want to be licensed physicians and surgeons via the only path in America – Completing medical residency training, says Residents Medical.

CARR Presents Paper at GSA’s Annual Scientific Meeting

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Christina L. Selder, Principal Investigator and co-founder of CARR (Consumer Advocates for RCFE Reform) presented in the Assisted Living Issues of Quality and Translations to Nursing Homes session of the Gerontological Society of America’s (GSA) 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting being held November 16 – 20 2016 in New Orleans, La.

Mountain Home Care Announces the Creation of ‘Caregiver Leadership Award’

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: In celebration of its 10th anniversary and National Family Caregiver’s Month in November, Mountain Home Care announces the creation of its ‘Caregiver Leadership Award.’ The award recognizes exemplary professional caregivers with dual roles of service in the workplace and in their families.

Four Seasons Named No. 1 Western North Carolina Hospice Provider

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Four Seasons Compassion for Life, a respected hospice care provider in North Carolina for almost a decade, leads the western region of the state for its significant percentage of patients served. Four Seasons serves an average of 1,000 persons daily.

Four Seasons Receives HRSA Grant Expanding Hospice and Palliative Care in Eight WNC Counties

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Rural and medically underserved populations of eight western North Carolina counties will now have improved end of life care, thanks to a model education and training program of Four Seasons Compassion for Life. The program is funded by Health Resources and Services Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Janet Bull, Chief Medical Officer of Four Seasons Compassion for Life, is a Nominee for Top 25 Visionaries in the Field

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Janet Bull, M.D., chief medical officer of Four Seasons Compassion For Life, is a nominee for American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine’s list of top 25 visionaries in the field. Bull provides psychological and spiritual support to her patients exceeding the norm in the wider medical field.

Bear Buddies Offer Comfort to Grieving Buncombe County Children, Teens

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: If helping a grieving child makes one’s heart sing, then tune into this opportunity to help children and teens. Join the Heart Songs program of Four Seasons Compassion for Life as its Asheville Checkpoint kicks off its first Bear Buddy drive to benefit Buncombe families June 1-30, 2013.

Park Ridge Health presents 8th Annual Seasons of Life Soiree to Benefit Four Seasons’ Non-Profit Services for Western North Carolina Families

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Snazzy sparkles and well-worn blue jeans are the attire of choice for the 8th annual Seasons of Life Soiree 2013, an event to benefit vital non-profit patient services at Four Seasons Compassion For Life. The event is presented by Park Ridge Health. Attendees will enjoy the talents of local jazz musicians Carol Duermit and Brad Curtioff.

Janet Bull, Award-winning Chief Medical Officer of Four Seasons Hospice, Shares Quality of Life Concerns, Answers

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: When Janet Bull, Ph.D., the award-winning chief medical officer of Four Seasons Hospice goes to work, it’s more than showing up for a job. She helps people find meaning. Palliative care, which occurs before end of life is at hand, comes at the vulnerable time when a person who may have chronic multiple illnesses admits they need support to maintain their quality of life.