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MEDIA CONTACT

If you’re a member of the media and need to speak with a communications professional about Hospice of Southern West Virginia, Bowers Hospice House, and Palliative Care of Southern West Virginia, contact the following:

Tyler Jordon 
Director of Public Relations
[email protected]
(304) 255-6404


(February 19, 2021) Hospice of Southern West Virginia (HSWV) today celebrated National Caregiver Day, giving 150 blankets to all of their patients’ caregivers. The blankets are symbolic of the “warm and fuzzy” care that caregivers provide to patients. To read more, please click HERE

(February 17, 2021) Hospice of Southern West Virginia recently got a chance to celebrate a patient’s 98th birthday. Employees from Hospice of Southern West Virginia held a birthday celebration for Beckley resident Mrs. Jean Clinton at her home. To read more, please click HERE

(January 28, 2021) Hospice of Southern West Virginia is seeking volunteers to provide care and companionship to patients. According to Tyler Jordon, Director of Public Relations for Hospice of Southern West Virginia, the facility has had a difficult time recruiting volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic. To read more, please click HERE: 

(January 22, 2021) Hospice of Southern West Virginia is looking for volunteers. The volunteers are needed to assist with home visits and in house. They will provide patient and family support as well as respite care. To read more, please click HERE

(January 11, 2020) Employees at Hospice of Southern West Virginia recently received their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The frontline healthcare workers came quickly after nursing homes to receive it, and are just some of many workers in line to receive the first wave of doses. To read more, please click HERE

(January 7, 2021) Hospice of Southern West Virginia (HSWV) staff this week received the first round of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccines were administered at various pharmacies in HSWV’s four-county service area. To read more, please click HERE:

(December 13, 2020) One woman is finding a way to give back to her community amidst a global pandemic. Marley Holliday is a student at Radford University in Virginia. She drives to Hospice of Southern West Virginia to play music for the patients. To read more, please click HERE

(November 26, 2020) As we celebrate National Home Care and Hospice Month, we must highlight the important role of Hospice of Southern West Virginia’s (HSWV) unsung heroes in the Covid-19 pandemic. To read more, please click HERE

(November 21, 2020) Hospice of Southern West Virginia (HSWV) on Nov. 20 hosted its annual Hospice Angel Tree Ceremony on Facebook and its website. The Hospice Angel Tree is an opportunity to memorialize and honor a loved one. To read more, please click HERE

(November 18, 2020) During the month of November, the home health care and hospice community are celebrating all those who work for them. Every year, nearly one and a half million people living with a life-limiting illness receive care from hospice. To read more, please click HERE:

(April 22, 2020) Hospice of Southern West Virginia is joining a national partnership of more than 70 not-for-profit hospices around the nation. To read more, please click HERE: