Speakers Bureau

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Solace Hospice is committed to education with our patients, families, and community. We are dedicated to sharing our expertise and experience regarding end of life care. The speaker bureau can educate on pain management, medications, and coping with grief and loss plus a host of other topics.

If you belong to a group or network that would benefit from a presentation on any end of life or other topics please give us a call at 602-888-7037 and we would be happy to tailor a presentation to fit the needs of your members.

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Maggie Welsh, BSN, RN

Executive Director

Maggie is a registered nurse (RN) and has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Her experience includes executive nursing management at Banner Desert hospital and hospice executive management at several hospices in the Phoenix metro area.  She has dedicated her career to helping patients, families and providers better understand the benefits of using hospice at the end of life.  Her areas of expertise include helping people understand why to choose hospice at the end of their life; helping families with the grieving process; and purposeful communication and relationship building with patients and families.

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Brian D. Dedinsky, M.D.

Medical Director

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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