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VNA and Philabundance team up to feed patients in need. 

We’re excited to announce a brand-new partnership with Philabundance to provide food to VNA Philadelphia patients in need. As an organization that treats all patients, regardless of ability to pay, our team members often encounter those for whom hunger is a constant companion. Philabundance’s generous donations of fresh produce will fill bellies and provide a healthy boost, especially during the bleak winter months.

We were extremely excited to receive the first delivery of potatoes, broccoli, and cantaloupes to our Henry Avenue location on January 15th. Our field clinicians helped us sort the produce and provided the patient lists and delivery addresses. What a great buzz we all got preparing such important care packages. Thank you Philabundance! We look forward to working together for a long time to come!

VNA Philadelphia remains committed to providing for all the needs of our patients. We’re you’re partner when you need us! Call 215-473-7600 or visit us at www.vnaphilly.org

About VNA

VNA Philadelphia provides comprehensive home heath, palliative, and end-of-life care of the highest quality to all people regardless of their ability to pay. We also take care of people with all kinds of different insurance. The VNA Philadelphia Difference is our compassionate care. We see beyond an illness, treating the whole person and providing support to families. One of the things that sets us apart from other healthcare agencies is our dedication to community relations. We are proud to have been part of this community since 1886.

Visiting Nurses Association
Philadelphia’s only in-patient hospice provides palliative care and family support in a quiet, caring environment. An amazing team of professional angels works here, plus volunteers with hearts of gold.
3300 Henry Avenue (located in the Falls Center)
267-331-8908

Maureen is the Senior VP for Development for the VNA Hospice of Philadelphia; the only nonprofit, freestanding hospice unit in the Philadelphia Metro area. A dedicated team of healthcare pros, including nurses, chaplains, social workers, home health aides, and therapists (including therapy dogs!) — provide home health and hospice care to all, regardless of ability to pay.

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