EOLOA, Other Options, and the Role of Hospice (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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Presented by the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law & Elder Law Sections of the San Diego County Bar Association

Come join us for a presentation that will cover the End-of-Life Option Act (EOLOA), hospice and advance healthcare directives. Two directors from the Hemlock Society of San Diego along with two administrators from Lightbridge Hospice will present information on these important subjects from perspectives that have been culled from experiences in end-of-life decisions as a medical doctor, an activist attorney, a registered nurse, and executive administration.

Greg Hahn, RN
Greg Hahn is a graduate of Western Illinois University with a Business Degree and Eastern Iowa University with a Degree in Nursing. Greg has over 25 years of Hospice Experience and is currently employed with Lightbridge Hospice as an Area Manager. ...More
Pamela Hough
Pamela Hough holds a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership from Southern Nazarene University, Bethany, OK. She is Senior Vice President of Operations for the LightBridge companies and has served as Administrator...More
William Simmons, Esq.
Bill Simmons was the broker owner of Re/Max of Rancho Bernardo until he sold it in 2003. He is now a practicing attorney in La Jolla. He specializes in buyer-seller and broker disputes, and real estate mediations.

Bill was president of the...More

Dr. Mitsuo Tomita
Dr. Mitsuo Tomita graduated from UCLA with highest honors, received his M.D. degree from UC San Francisco, and completed his internship and residency in family practice at the UCSF-affiliated program in Fresno before joining Kaiser Permanente in San...More

Originally Published

May 11, 2017

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  • EOLOA, Other Options, and the Role of Hospice - Video
  • EOLOA, Other Options, and the Role of Hospice - Paper

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