Our Staff

At Solace Hospice we make it a point to hire individuals who not only meet high professional standards, but who are also gentle and compassionate. They all have special training for working with the seriously ill and understand that our care extends beyond the client to his or her family members as well.

Caring for the seriously ill involves more than just the physical aspect. We recognize that this is a time of deep emotional and spiritual significance for everyone involved. Therefore, we work as a team, with a medical staff, social workers, chaplains, and volunteers. Everyone contributes their expertise so we can deliver a plan of care that is responsive to the needs of each individual and his or her family.

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CEO

Thomas Fedzin

Solace Hospice was founded in 2015. The founder of the company believed that hospice care had changed over the years and that the industry needed a shake up. The founder went through hospice first hand on a few different occasions, and that fueled his passion for the industry.  I have had years of healthcare experience, as I have owned multiple residential assisted living facilities.  My mission is to serve and provide exceptional care for the elderly at end of life. I have had the honor of caring and serving the elderly since 1999. Over the years I have had the opportunity to work with many different hospice organizations and I observed what was missing in hospice care.

Solace Hospice was started with the intention of being different by bringing excellence in care to the patients, families and the community we serve. Our team is a carefully selected team of healthcare professionals with a passion for end of life care. Our team has a sense of mission to bring love, comfort, and relief to families and to treat patients with dignity, compassion and love with complete competence. We believe our patients deserve the best possible care. Solace hospice is about making every moment count.                                                                                         

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Medical Director

Brian D. Dedinsky, M.D.

Dr. Dedinsky is a man of great character and compassion who is committed to family, faith, medicine, and community…a man of impeccable standards who along with his private practice has dedicated himself the last two decades to hospice care.  As Medical Director, Dr. Dedinsky guides the interdisciplinary team in providing individualized plans of care to ensure each patient and their family receives the highest degree of attention and that the patient’s clinical, cultural, and spiritual needs are met without exception.

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Executive Director

Maggie Welsh, BSN, RN

I have over 25 years of hospice experience. I began my career as a nurse executive in an acute care hospital setting before following my heart to hospice management. I have found that the hospice philosophy aligns well with my own personal views on end of life care and strive for people to experience this time with dignity and comfort. My goal is to not only help patients have a good experience, but to also ensure that their family’s needs are met during and after our services. My passion is communicating with purpose and helping patients and families feel supported by our team.

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Our Nurses

Every patient receives 2 home visits per week from a nurse, unless patient, family and/or caregiver request otherwise. Our nurses develop close relationships with patients and families and work with the physician to bring about the best possible outcomes for our patients. They learn about your concerns and are quick to respond to questions and symptoms. We also have a nurse on call by telephone 24 hours a day to address from an emergencies or a simple question.

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Our Certified Nurses Aides

There’s nothing like a bath or shower to boost one’s sense of wellbeing! Our nurses’ aides come to the home and even if your loved one is unable to leave the bed, they will give him or her a sponge bath, shampoo, shave, help with makeup, put on fresh clothes, change the sheets, etc. Their cheerful presence often provides relief for family caregivers as well as for the patient.

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