Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s hospice services are now Heart & Soul Hospice. Senior Independence and Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America have ended their management partnership for PMMA’s hospice services in Farmington, Mo., and Wichita, Kan., effective June 30.
PMMA will now offer hospice services as Heart & Soul Hospice of Farmington and Heart & Soul Hospice of Wichita. Heart & Soul Hospice serves patients in Iron, Madison, St. Francois, St. Genevieve and Washington counties in Missouri and Butler, Cowley, Harvey, Kingman, Reno, Sedgwick, and Sumner counties in Kansas.
“While the name has changed, our commitment to our mission of providing quality end-of-life services guided by Christian values remains the same,” said Rodney Quinton, administrator for Heart & Soul Hospice of Farmington. Rodney has been with PMMA’s hospice in Farmington for more than 8 years.
Cheyenne Basingo, administrator for Heart & Soul Hospice in Wichita, agreed. “As we begin to build our new brand, you can count on the same personalized service we’re known for from the same staff you’ve come to trust.”
Cheyenne was recently promoted from clinical services director to administrator for Heart & Soul Hospice of Wichita.
PMMA first offered hospice services in Farmington, Mo., to extend end of life services to residents of Farmington Presbyterian Manor and their families in 2005. The decision to expand into the Wichita market was made in 2014, when the partnership with Senior Independence began.
The addition of hospice services extends PMMA’s promise, “the way you want to live” through the entire senior living experience. “The way you want to live” is more than a tagline; it is a culture built on a method of delivering services and care to residents based on the resident’s personal choices and preferences. As a trusted resource for seniors and their families, PMMA’s Heart & Soul Hospice offers resources and support for the final stages of the journey.