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NewsHub Hospice hires Allison Griffith as Coordinator of Volunteer Services

Hub Hospice hires Allison Griffith as Coordinator of Volunteer Services

Hub Hospice LogoHub Hospice Palliative Care welcomes Allison Griffith R.N. as The Coordinator of Volunteer Services. Allison is a registered nurse with many years of experience as a Community Health Nurse and most recently as a Clinical Professor in the School of Nursing at the University of Ottawa. In her various roles Allison has worked with families and individuals across the life spectrum living with life threatening illness. She is committed to hospice care and supporting individuals and families in the community setting.

Through her own personal experience of caring for her mother at home and a sudden death experience in her immediate family she is aware of the joy of caring as well as the emotional and physical challenges.

Allison is pleased to be joining our dedicated board of directors and trained hospice volunteer visitors in providing support to families and individuals diagnosed with a life threatening or terminal illness. If you are living with a life threatening illness, or you are a caregiver who would like to find out more about the Hub Hospice services including bereavement support please send an email to or phone 613-406-7020.

The Hub Hospice is a community program, funded by community support and welcomes referrals from family physicians, health care organizations as well as from family, friends, caregivers or self-referrals. For further information about our program please visit




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