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Kim Ransier, director of operations for Hospice of North Idaho, delivers donated artwork to the Hospice House in Coeur d'Alene on Monday. The new facility expects to start accepting patients in mid-August. SR story by Alison Boggs here. (SR photo: Kathy Plonka)
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Item: Hospice House set to open: Idaho's first inpatient hospice facility to be dedicated next week/Maureen Dolan, Coeur d'Alene Press
More Info: Simple, peaceful, comfortable, homelike. Those were the design goals for planners of Hospice of North Idaho's new Hospice House facility at 2290 W. Prairie Ave. A preview tour taken Tuesday revealed an ambiance that hits all the marks. After 10 months of construction and years of planning, workers this week are putting the final touches on a building that feels safe, solid and tranquil. "It's going to be beautiful," said Amanda Miller, director of community development for Hospice of North Idaho. Hospice House will be the first inpatient hospice facility in the state of Idaho.
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