Dr. Jessica Zitter returns to Colorado Springs

07/26/19 at 03:58 PM by Christy Pennington

Join Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care for a free, community education event and presentation from Dr. Zitter about "A New Kind of Heroism" as she exposes the public health crisis from an insider's perspective.  

Thursday, October 24, 2019
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Ent Center for the Performing Arts
5225 North Nevada Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Take a step back, take a deep breath, and inquire:  What do we really want for ourselves, our loved ones, and those entrusted in our care when death comes?  

Seating is limited.  RSVPs required by October 10 to:  RoseMary Jaramillo at 719.884.6629 or

Food and beverage will be provided.

Dr. Jessica Zitter, MD, MPH, is a national advocate for transforming the way people die in America. She is the author of "Extreme Measures:  Finding a Better Path to the End of Life" and is a regular contributor to The New York Times.  Her work is featured in the Academy and Emmy-nominated short documentary "Extremis," available on Netflix.  

Sponsored by:  Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation

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Thank you so much for all your help with my daughter.  Bless you for all your love and assistance. ~ Patient's mother

Thank you for all your assistance during this time and for the care of my mother.  There are not enough compliments to give for the support, knowledge, bedside manner, courtesy and kindness. ~ Patient's daughter

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