We’re thrilled to share an insightful conversation featuring our esteemed Advisory Committee Chair, Dr. Robert Carolla, on KSMU Ozarks public radio’s show, Making Democracy Work.

Hosted by Linda Regan, Making Democracy Work is a weekly program that delves into important community issues, and this episode is no exception. Dr. Carolla, a retired medical oncologist and dedicated board member of the Hospice Foundation of the Ozarks, sheds light on the crucial topic of palliative hospice care.

During the discussion, Dr. Carolla emphasizes the importance of early engagement with palliative hospice care, highlighting that families often sign up too late to fully benefit from the supportive services available. He addresses common misconceptions surrounding hospice care, advocating for a deeper understanding of this vital aspect of end-of-life care.

At the Hospice Foundation of the Ozarks, we’re incredibly proud of Dr. Carolla’s continued commitment to advancing the field of hospice and palliative care. His expertise and advocacy play a pivotal role in ensuring that individuals and families receive the compassionate support they need during challenging times.

We invite you to listen to the full episode of Making Democracy Work to gain valuable insights into palliative hospice care and learn more about Dr. Carolla’s invaluable contributions to our community.

🔗 Follow this link to listen to the episode here.

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