Hospice care is not giving up; it’s giving a new hope by restoring choice and control to the dying patient and their family.
Harbor Hospice provides more than medically appropriate care for dying patients. It allows dying patients to finish their lives with dignity, without pain, in the care of loved ones, and in the warm comfort of familiar surroundings.
Hospice care is medical care that uniquely serves a population of patients who are dying. Good hospice care is the most medically appropriate choice for some patients, giving the dying and their families the time they need to adjust, to laugh and cry a little more, to say goodbye, and to begin managing the grieving process. Harbor Hospice offers patients and families the opportunity to live out their journey as they wish on their terms with our expertise.
Dr. Gerald Harriman joined Harbor Hospice in 2006. Prior to this time he was a board-certified Family Physician, and in private practice for over 21 years. He is a 1985 graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he continues as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. Dr. Harriman became certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine in the inaugural year of the Osteopathic Examination in 2009.
Also working with Dr. Harriman are Hospice Physicians, Katrina Olson, MD; Mary Boyer, MD, FACEP; Danielle Sigelko, DO; Dick L. Kamps, MD; Reginald Kapteyn, DO and Nurse Practitioner, Robin Anderson, RN, MSN, NP.