Hospice of the Sacred Heart Relocating to Hybrid Workplace in Montage

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Hospice of the Sacred Heart is relocating their Wilkes-Barre administrative office and their Moosic Center for Education to a large, very modern and technology-ready space with offices and multi-purpose rooms at 53 Glenmaura National Boulevard in Moosic. The new space is on the first floor of the Cigna Building high atop Montage Mountain.

The relocation follows a decision to transition to a hybrid workplace for most administrative employees. Clinical, social, pastoral and bereavement services are not affected by the relocation. “The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic requires that we work differently and apart as much as possible. Most administrative employees will perform a majority of their daily duties remotely,” said Diane Baldi, Chief Executive Officer, Hospice of the Sacred Heart.

The new location will have work stations, meeting rooms and multi-purpose rooms for work and activities that cannot be performed remotely. “The future of work is hybrid. I believe many healthcare organizations will adopt our new work plan in some form,” Baldi said.

Hospice of the Sacred Heart, a 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania nonprofit organization, opened in 2003 and was located at 130 Wilkes-Barre Boulevard in Wilkes-Barre. Unprecedented growth occurred shortly afterwards and the agency moved to 600 Baltimore Drive, Wilkes-Barre, in 2007. Hospice of the Sacred Heart also operates a 10-bed inpatient unit at 100 William Street in Dunmore.

The mission of Hospice of the Sacred Heart is to provide comfort, care, hope and choice to patients and their families, while guiding them through the end of life journey.