Legislative group seeks public input on end-of-life care in NH
Senate Bill 17, which establishes the Commission to Study Palliative Care, was approved last session by lawmakers and signed into law by Gov. Maggie Hassan.
“Having experienced first-hand one of my loved ones needing these services, myself, and several other legislators, wanted to study the current level of awareness, access and options concerning this important type of end-of-life care that touches the lives of so many Granite Staters,” Reagan said.
Along with legislators and state agency representatives, commission members include a physician and nurse specializing in palliative care, a social worker, a member of the clergy, and representatives from hospice, homecare and nursing homes.
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