Harbor Hospice  
 

Harbor Hospice Cares for Community

 

Harbor Hospice of Beaumont hosted the LifeShare Blood Center Bus last Friday to support a Blood Drive to benefit hospitals and medical centers that were affected by Hurricane Harvey. Dozens of people came out and we were able to far surpass our unit goal.

 

Harbor was also able to donate and administer hundreds of much needed tetanus shots to Hardin County on Friday at the Pinewood Fire Station in Sour Lake. Hardin County residents were able to come and get the vaccinations free of charge. Harbor Hospice is dedicated to rebuilding our community in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

 

Harbor Hospice is dedicated to providing care and comfort to a terminally ill patient and their family. Harbor provides the highest quality of care possible by employing a team of healthcare professionals to administer comfort and supportive care to individuals. Founded by Dr. Qamar Arfeen in 2005, Harbor Hospice has grown to over 50 locations across 5 states. Harbor Hospice admits patients without regard for race, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability, sex or sexual preference. The admission criteria does not deny admission or service to people with communicable diseases including, but not limited to HIV, MRSA, and Hepatitis B