Voted Top Workplace in Oklahoma

Russ Krengel Announcement

Kindful Hospice has earned a spot in The Oklahoman’s Top Workplaces list The selection was based on employee feedback to a survey conducted by Energage measuring the following: Company leadership Career opportunities Compensation Benefits Work environment A full list of Top Workplaces 2020 will be printed in the Oklahoman Newspaper in the Sunday, December 6th edition. Kindful’s Mission is to …

Cost Savings: Hospice vs. Hospitals

Russ Krengel Doctors & Hospitals, Hospice

Hospice care provides dignity, comfort and for many families, significant relief from the high cost of standard medical care. Many families will avoid talking money or financial concerns when it comes to end-of-life care because it feels a little bit off color, possibly a little bit disrespectful of the person dealing with illness. Maybe that is because we so often …

Kindful Notes

Russ Krengel Uncategorized

Kindful is dedicated to serving the needs of the seriously ill and their families. The work our nurses and aides do every day makes a world of difference to our patients and loved ones. We thought we’d provide a glimpse into some of the most heartwarming correspondence we’ve received recently. Our work is rewarding in itself, but to know that …

Caution Fatigue: How to Identify and Manage it

Russ Krengel Wellness

There’s a term for how you’re feeling these days, that cloudy fog that comes from working from home, staying in, wearing a mask, keeping your distance from others and watching the news, just trying to keep up with changes in your community, updates about school closings or openings, trying to keep it all together.  Most of us feel tired, some …

7 Books About Death and Dying

Russ Krengel Book Recommendations

We are all in a state of general overwhelm today, bombarded by statistics about the COVID-19 pandemic, rising infection rates around the country. The information is intended to keep us engaged and informed, but one possibly unintended consequence is the daily and consistent reminder that we are all mere mortals, forced to think about our own mortality. Even those of …