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The Texas New Mexico Hospice & Palliative Care Organization membership wishes to acknowledge exemplary performance among its members in the hospice community.  The purpose of the recognition is to reward and recognize outstanding hospice professionals and volunteers.  Those who wish to make nominations for these awards must hold current membership T&NMHO individually or through the hospice with which they are affiliated.  Individuals who are nominated for the awards must be actively involved in the hospice movement in Texas or New Mexico.

The award categories are:

Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual who has 1) made a significant contribution to hospice in the states of Texas or New Mexico, 2) promoted the growth and development of hospice, 3) embodies the core values of hospice and 4) has a minimum of 20 years of hospice service. Each year, one award will be granted and posthumous awards will be given only within 3 months of death.

The Charley Wasson* Hospice Advocate Award recognizes individuals who have served as either a hospice professional or volunteer for no less than three years. Individuals should be nominated for their 1) commitment to the core values of hospice, 2) unique approach to providing and extending hospice services, and 3) exhibits professional and personal development during their service to the hospice mission. Nominations should include specific examples of excellence in service, demonstration of hospice core values and impact on patient, families and other professionals.  Each year, no more than 4 awards will be given out and all nominated hospice professionals and volunteers will be considered that meet the criteria.

The Awards Committee will award based on the strength of the nominee’s accomplishments and will consider the wide variety of professional roles to demonstrate the core value of teamwork.

Nominate a Special Hospice Employee for the TNMHO Hospice Advocate Award

    Use this form to describe nominee’s accomplishments and contributions to hospice, include impact of service to hospice and patients, dedication and commitment, to goals, philosophy and stewardship of hospice, initiative, dependability and reliability. If you need more space or have additional documentation or testimonials to support this nomination please email them to bbaker@txnmhospice.org.
  • Use this form to describe nominee’s accomplishments and contributions to hospice, include impact of service to hospice and patients, dedication and commitment, to goals, philosophy and stewardship of hospice, initiative, dependability and reliability. If you need more space or have additional documentation or testimonials to support this nomination please email them to bbaker@txnmhospice.org

Education Subscription

The TNMHPO Education Subscription is for agencies who wish to provide on-demand education for the entire staff. This subscription is an add-on to a TNMHPO membership and can’t be purchased separately.

A TNMHPO Membership Plus Education Subscription gives members of the Texas New Mexico Hospice & Palliative Care Organization unlimited access to all archived online education for the entire year.  You can provide training to your current staff and utilize these educational opportunities for new employee orientation.  There are courses for every discipline on your hospice team and continuing education units and proof of attendance for Administrators, Nurses, Social Workers, and LPCs.

  • Over 100 recorded online training courses for all hospice disciplines
  • Eligible for Continuing Education Units
  • Customized certificates for CEUs
  • Available on-demand, on your schedule

The TNMHPO Education Subscription is 10% of your annual membership dues plus $650.  

When purchasing your membership, select the “Education Subscription” option in the drop down on the membership product page. 

Already a member? Contact our team directly to upgrade your membership.

For questions regarding our education subscription or its offerings, contact our Director of Operations, Keith Parker, at 512-956-0875 (voice and text) or email at kparker@txnmhospice.org.